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Join the March for Jobs, Justice, and the Climate on July 5

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The March for Jobs, Justice, and the Climate led by Indigenous contingents will be the start of a new movement bringing together major forces in the struggle for transformative change.

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| June 29, 2015

G7 false commitments won't help us tackle 7 million air pollution deaths

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During the hour that it took the world's elite G7 politicians discussing climate change to wander through an enchanting meadow of flowers in Germany's Bavarian Alps earlier this week, at least 800 people died prematurely from the impact of air pollution, most of it caused by the burning of non-renewable fossil fuels.



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The U.S-China climate deal has a few hopeful elements

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After the mid-term elections, the U.S.-China climate deal is a badly needed piece of good news. It signals that Barack Obama is willing to expend political capital fighting for his climate legacy.

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| November 12, 2014
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