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This must be the year of climate action—we've wasted so many

Transitioning to ecological sustainability Aligning finance with people and planet

The climate issue has grown too large and devastating to ignore and, over the last few years, we’ve seen a significant increase in media attention and climate activism, the latter led most effectively by youth, Indigenous peoples and vulnerable communities who are demanding a new climate politics. We need a massive civic mobilization, on an unprecedented scale, to join this new hard-nosed activism of groups like Sunrise Movement and Extinction Rebellion. We need the demand for action raised to the highest decibel our civil society can generate.

Publication date: 2022-01-19
Parent publication: The Hill
Publication URL: https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/590502-this-must-be-the-year-of-climate-action-weve-wasted-so-many

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