Big Polluters unleashed the full weight of the U.S. and other Global North governments at the latest U.N. climate talks. But their bullying didn’t work, as the climate justice movement became a united force to be reckoned within. Read on.
Pittsburgh has joined the ranks of cities and towns who are leading the way when it comes to advancing the human right to water. Following three years of local and national campaigning to keep Pittsburgh’s water system in public hands, the city and the water authority signed a binding agreement to do just that.
When Providence’s water supply system was under threat of privatization, a Black, Indigenous, people of color-led committee quickly mobilized residents—to great effect.
Boston has taken a critical step forward to rebuild our broken food system and advance food justice across the city -- as City Council unanimously voted in favor of the Good Food Purchasing Policy.
The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) rejected all forms of junk food fundraisers in schools – a historic step challenging the transnational corporations at the rotten core of our food system.
At the annual U.N. climate treaty negotiations, Big Polluters were forced to reckon with a powerful movement they did not expect: the more than a quarter of a million people like you and more than 350 organizations from 129 countries who backed the People’s Demands for Climate Justice.