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John Cartwright | We don't have to choose between the economy and the environment. On July 5, I will join others in Toronto to demand a justice-based transition to a new energy economy from our political leaders.
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David Suzuki | We're starting a conversation about Canada's future and the importance of caring for each other and all that keeps us alive and healthy: clean air, fresh water, nutritious food and diverse ecosystems.
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Anthony Ketchum, Peter Jones | What do you want your legacy to be? If senior citizens collectively told our elected representatives to take action on climate change that would be the world's greatest legacy.
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David Suzuki | Like nature, social movements take time to evolve and unfold. We don't always see their impacts as they happen. If we expect a dazzling blur of activity and immediate results, we’ll be disappointed.
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Bailey Lamon | One of the most important rules to keep in mind when changing the system is that we should not cooperate with those who work to uphold it. Why would we work with those who work against us?
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Nick Fillmore | If climate activists want to keep carbon emissions to low levels, we need to rethink our strategy and forge stronger alliances.
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | Our current government is so far behind the collective outpouring of our political will for greenhouse gas reduction that we are doing it ourselves, just as we marched as one on September 21.
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Idle No More | Indigenous leaders at the People's Climate March in New York spoke to the urgency of climate change and the need for all of us to be #IdleNoMore.
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Tracey Mitchell | Monday's "Flood Wall Street" action was high-energy and powerful, making the connection between capitalism, big corporations and climate change.
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rabble staff | Couldn't attend the People's Climate March? No problem, check out this video of the march!
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Joseph Boutilier, Alex Guest | We met for the first time in a coffee shop on Wellington to share stories of the road. We had plenty in common. This summer, unaware of each other’s existence, the two of us cycled to Ottawa from oppo
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Brent Patterson | The Council of Canadians joined with more than 400,000 people participating in the People's Climate March. It sent a clear message about the need for action on the eve of a major climate summit.