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Celebrate Earth Day 2021

DONATE + TAKE ACTION: Though the majority of the blame for climate change belongs to major corporations and big business, as citizens of the Earth we all have a responsibility to protect the environment on an individual level.

  • Climate Justice Alliance: a collective of 70+ grassroots organizations in frontline communities enacting real solutions to the climate crisis.

  • Indigenous Environmental Network: a network of indigenous leaders and communities fighting for Environmental Justice and the Rights of Mother Earth.

  • The Sunrise Movement: a US-based, youth movement to elevate and address the issue of climate change.

  • Climate Emergency Fund: funds the most impactful climate activists working to disrupt the status quo, inspire others to do the same and force policy-makers to take action.

  • GRID Alternatives: on a mission is to build community-powered solutions to advance economic and environmental justice through renewable energy.

  • Clean Air Task Force: aims to drive impact to prevent catastrophic climate change through realistic solutions through technology innovation, policy change, and thought leadership.

  • National Clean Water Collective: rovide national comprehensive relief and holistic solutions to residents experiencing a water crisis, all while creating a paradigm shift about water – from water is the enemy to water is the opportunity.

  • Start in your own neighborhood. Find a local organization at:

LEARN: This Earth Day, add one more book to your “to read” pile and take a pledge to learn more about the many intersecting facets of our climate crisis. Compiled by the impressive, over-achieving @soyouwanttotalkabout, here’s a curated reading list aimed to increase your knowledge on the many intersecting factors surrounding climate change - from the Green New Deal to Environmental Racism to what’s still going on in Flint, Michigan and so many other parts of the US.

P.S. double down on your environmental activism and forgo AmazonPrime for and snag an a great deal from an online bookseller that supports local bookstores (direct links provided above).


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