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People, not fossil fuels, power our world

Renewable energy systems are more democratic than fossil fuels because they can be owned and controlled by communities, ensuring that people, rather than corporations, benefit from the power produced.

Doraemon is back from the future

by Jenny Tuazon It’s not everyday that we see a vibrant scene outside the Japanese Embassy: climate activists, prepped with

Two-faced ICBC 🎭

The Go Clean ICBC coalition just released a report evaluating the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China’s (ICBC) renewable energy

Defining Climate Justice

Climate justice means that everyone deserves the right to a healthy planet, a safe future, and a voice in the decisions that affect their lives. It requires a transformative change in how we organize our societies and prioritize our values to create a just and sustainable future for all.