The U.S. Climate Action Network is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt climate activist coordination center incorporated in Washington, D.C. on March 30, 2006. USCAN is a key affiliate of the Climate Action Network-International (CAN-I), a worldwide complex based in Bonn, Germany and dating back to 1989, that now comprises over 900 climate activist groups in 100 countries. …
België is op de eerste dag van de klimaattop in Parijs uitgeroepen tot fossiel van de dag. Het gaat om een ‘prijs’ van Climate Action Network (CAN) die elk...
The Olympic Record Nobody Wants To Break "A new campaign called “1.5°C, the record we cannot break,” promoted by the Climate Vulnerable Forum, Climate Action Network, and CARE International, has emerged prior to the Rio Olympics, asserting that not all records, especially global temperatures, should be celebrated when they fall."| via www.thecvf.org/the-olympic-records-nobody-wants-to-break #Rio2016 #1o5C #TheRecordWeMustNotBreak #Sports4Climate #Olympics #Connect4Sports
Rosemary Enie is the energetic & big smiled Director of the community rights program Women’s Environment Climate Action Network (WECAN) in Tanzania - Sharing the stories of inspiring woman around the world taking action on climate change.
Marine biologist Sylvia Earle, Dr. Jane Goodall, Dr. Vandana Shiva, Indian Philosopher, environmental Activist and Navdanya founder are members of the Women's Earth & Climate Action Network, and they are asking women around the world to rise up and take action as powerful stakeholders in climate change and sustainability solutions.
Climate Change Action Now | World Wildlife Fund We're facing a climate crisis. Extreme weather, melting glaciers and rising sea levels all link to climate change. If we continue on this trajectory, nature's future—along with our own—is in jeopardy. Take action and add your name to help fight climate change and help endangered species!
Time for a paradigm shift in awareness of our own cause and effect on the environment. Most people are currently oblivious to the sum total of their seeming little actions in the context of the big picture.