In 2021 we’ll keep going after the money

By 350.org

It’s simple — to prevent devastating climate breakdown, we have to end all finance to fossil fuels. This motto will continue to guide our campaigns, organising and mobilisations at 350.org in the coming year. Our global community is coming together …

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As Big Energy Gains, Can Europe’s Community Renewables Compete?

By Inside Climate News

This article was originally published by Yale Environment 360. Read the original story here. In the old medieval market town of Heilbronn, perched on the Neckar River in southwestern Germany, the zeal of the city’s award-winning renewable energy cooperative is on display …

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TCU and Greenpeace combine to tell the story of soil.

By The Carbon Underground

<!– November 9, 2019 –> <!– Published by Alec Emmons –> The Carbon Underground founder Tom Newmark joins Greenpeace Executive Director Annie Leonard on how they came to see soil as a solution to one of our biggest environmental problems—and …

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The climate crimes European public money pays for

By 350.org

Billions of euros for fossil fuels – again? Next week, Christine Lagarde and the other heads of the European Central Bank will announce hundreds of billions of euros more in emergency recovery funding, to help Europe through the second wave …

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Will 2021 Be the Year for Environmental Justice Legislation? States Are Already Leading the Way

By Inside Climate News

In Oregon, new legislation would require state officials to consider the “cumulative” impact on neighborhoods already overburdened by pollution before granting permits to projects that potentially pose a threat to human health or the environment.  In Illinois, a bill would …

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5 Climate New Year’s Resolutions for a Better Tomorrow

By The Climate Reality Project

There’s no denying that 2020 has been a, um, complicated year. And we’re just going to leave it at that. But for those of us in the climate movement, it’s at least coming to an end on something of a …

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Breaking: New York State’s $226 billion pension fund to divest from riskiest oil and gas companies

By 350.org

Today, the New York State pension fund, valued at over $226 billion (USD) and its sole trustee, the New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, announced a bold climate action and divestment plan. It came about after years of campaigning by …

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Bright spots from 2020

By Global Footprint Network

In a year seemingly filled with more darkness than light—global pandemic, fires, social injustices, hurricanes, to name a few—we’re highlighting “bright spots” that didn’t make mainstream. We want all to thrive and be prosperous on our one planet, so we’re …

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Here’s what 2020 taught us about fighting the climate emergency in 2021

By 350.org

2020 was tough. But, as we look back on the past year, it also brings us a tremendous amount of hope. Seeing how the world mobilized to fight COVID-19 gave us a glimpse of what might be possible if our …

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What is Green Hydrogen and Is It a Game-Changer?

By The Climate Reality Project

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe (and the third most abundant on Earth) – and it has the potential to fuel our vehicles, power our electricity plants, and provide an outlet for excess renewable energy without pumping …

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Finding Your Horizon

By 350.org

This was originally published in the Generation Green New Deal Newsletter. A year ago, we all likely had some sense of new pathways we wanted to chart this year. But the pandemic toppled so much certainty we held with our …

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Let’s Make the First 100 Days Count

By The Climate Reality Project

January 14, 2021 | 10:23 AM Let’s Make the First 100 Days Count This is the moment we’ve been waiting for. We’re going to make it count. Between the abhorrent sights of White supremacists storming the Capitol and impeachment proceedings …

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How Islanders Kept Conservation Going Through a Pandemic

By Seacology

December 9, 2020 I don’t have to tell you how strange and scary this year has been. I hope you and yours are safe and well. I’m happy to report that Seacology has weathered the dangers and uncertainties of 2020 …

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Celebrating a $5 Million Grant Award From the Bezos Earth Fund

By Eden Reforestation Projects

We have an exciting announcement! Eden Reforestation Projects (Eden) has received a grant of $5 million from the Bezos Earth Fund. The Bezos Earth Fund grant will help Eden produce, plant, and protect native tree species in forests around the …

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Built for resilience, Seacology projects provide critical shelter on storm-battered islands

By Seacology

January 14, 2021 As powerful Cyclone Yasa barreled toward Fiji just before Christmas, we waited nervously for news. Seacology has 27 projects in Fiji, and many were directly in the storm’s path. As news reports began to trickle in, we …

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Help Protect Against Natural Disasters

By Eden Reforestation Projects

A flood in Nepal, a fire in Madagascar, and a landslide in Kenya all in 2020. When you support Eden Reforestation Projects, you empower impoverished communities to restore the environment on a large scale. Within the last year, there have …

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Report: Advances in Escobal Mine Consultation Overshadowed by Constitutional Crisis in Guatemala

By Earthworks

BY EARTHWORKS More than two years after the court ordered a consultation with the Xinka Indigenous people over the future of the Escobal silver mine, the process has yet to move beyond the first stage. Political and constitutional crises, as …

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Photography campaign shows the grim aftermath of logging in Canada’s fragile forests

By Ancient Forest Alliance

Share this far and wide! The GuardianDecember 2, 2020 Ancient Forest Alliance’s project underscores the preventions that are needed to protect old-growth trees in areas such as the Caycuse watershed TJ Watt stands near an old-growth western red cedar in …

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Bringing Voices Together: A Step in Fighting the Virus

By Amazon Conservation Team

November 10, 2020 By Adriana Díaz It was 4 a.m. on Monday, October 5. Jaime Gutiérrez was arriving at the El Dorado airport in Bogotá, which had resumed commercial flights a few weeks earlier. He went through the controls imposed …

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Major Rainforest Conservation Success in Colombia

By Amazon Conservation Team

The Aduche  Indigenous Reserve in the Colombian Amazon is expanded, connecting it to the world’s largest rainforest conservation corridor    As the advance of the deforestation frontier increasingly threatens the Colombian Amazon, forests not designated as protected areas or under the …

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New Chapter Landing

By Rainforest Trust

Protecting the most threatened tropical forests. Our unique, cost-effective conservation model for protecting endangered species has been implemented successfully for over 30 years. Protection requires swift action, and we implement scientifically-based conservation plans that are not only timely, but also …

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COVID-19 Emergency Fund Supports Partners, Reserves

By Rainforest Trust

This spring, in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, Rainforest Trust asked for emergency support to help our partners navigate unprecedented challenges. Across the tropics, our projects were delayed by travel restrictions and closed government offices. Ecotourism revenue dried to …

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Membership Specialist

By Rainforest Action Network

About Ran For more than 30 years, Rainforest Action Network (RAN) has campaigned to preserve forests, protect the climate and uphold human rights by challenging corporate power and systemic injustice through research, education, partnerships, non-violent direct action, grassroots organizing, strategic …

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Video: The Shaman’s Message

By Rainforest Foundation U.S

Yanomami shamans are warriors of the spirit world. They connect the visible and invisible worlds, acting as shields against the evil powers emanating from both humans and non-human beings that threaten the lives of their communities. Shamans dedicate themselves to …

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Tampa Mayor Jane Castor: Leading on Sustainability & Resilience

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

SACE Florida Director Susan Glickman is proud to Serve on the Sustainability & Resiliency Advisory Team. Susan Glickman | December 14, 2020 | Climate Change, Electric Vehicles, Energy Justice, Florida In an era where political leadership is all too rare, …

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South Carolina PSC Courageously REJECTS Dominion IRP

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

In a rare show of regulatory independence, the SC PSC unanimously voted to reject DESC’s IRP – making this the most significant decision handed down by the seven-member PSC so far. Bryan Jacob | December 16, 2020 | South Carolina, …

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Will renewable energy save us from climate change?

By Global Green USA

Antonio Salituro Michael Moore’s last movie, Planet of the Humans, questions the reliability, affordability and sustainability of renewable energy. The thought-provoking film also highlights the renewables’ dependence on fossil fuels. Ultimately, the message conveyed by Moore is renewable technology is …

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2020 Electric Transportation Review: Highlights and Winners from the Southeast

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

2020 saw a number of electric transportation economic development highlights across the Southeast, producing some winning utility engagements and state actions. Stan Cross | December 29, 2020 | Clean Transportation, Electric Vehicles, Utilities The year has come and gone. And …

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Newest KUB Board member aims to remove barriers and advocate for low-income customers

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Brady Watson | December 18, 2020 | Energy Justice, Tennessee, Utilities The ACT on KUB coalition, which came together in the summer of 2020, is a collaborative attempt among partners to bring more accountability, cost-savings, and transparency to KUB, the …

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Stormwater Management

By Global Green USA

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT METHODS and Opportunities for Compost Use By Joseph Lim STORMWATER MANAGEMENT IS AN ISSUE FACING many communities across the country.Stormwater runoff causes flooding, pollution of water, contamination of drinking water supplies and a danger to public health. Many …

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New Florida Power & Light EV Pilot Tariff Passed to Support DC Fast-Charging

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

The Florida Public Service Commission approved a Florida Power & Light proposal that intends to bolster private sector deployment of electric vehicle fast chargers. Dory Larsen and Stan Cross | December 2, 2020 | Clean Transportation, Electric Vehicles, Florida Consumers’ …

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The Power of Partnerships: Doctors with Africa CUAMM Uganda

By We Care Solar

By Dr. Peter LochoroCountry RepresentativeDoctors with Africa CUAMM CUAMM Supported MCH Peer Mother Educating Fellow Mothers (CUAMM) Doctors with Africa CUAMM is striving to improve the health of women and children in Africa where we are confronted with many challenges …

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Update on President Trump’s Nominations to TVA Board as U.S. Senate session winds down

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

There’s a chance two nominees for TVA’s Board could be voted on by the U.S. Senate before the session ends if they are attached to other legislation, though time is running out. Any potential TVA board confirmation votes should be …

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Reflections on a year like no other

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

This year we have suffered collectively and individually in unprecedented ways. In various ways we have risen to hold one another up. Out of this grief and suffering, what can we cling to? Stephen Smith and Amy Vaden | December …

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Help us drive electric vehicle adoption in North Carolina with a new license plate!

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Jennifer Rennicks | January 13, 2021 | Clean Transportation, Electric Vehicles, North Carolina Electric vehicle advocates here in North Carolina, lead by our friends at Plugin NC, hope to present this specialty license plate design to the NC Department of …

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Duke Energy’s Electric Transportation Pilot Gets Green Light in NC

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

The North Carolina Utilities Commission approved a scaled-back version of Duke Energy’s $76 million Electric Transportation Pilot proposal. The Commission signaled its willingness to consider a second pilot proposal after Duke establishes a stakeholder collaborative to address concerns, explore opportunities, …

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Trump and His Many Billionaire Enablers

By Post Carbon Institute

January 11, 2021 We’ve heard plenty about the GOP members of Congress and Trump political appointees who have “enabled” Donald Trump over these four years, failing to act to stem his excesses. But what about the billionaire donors to Trump’s …

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GCRI Statement on the January 6 US Capitol Insurrection

By Global Catastrophic Risk Institute

We at the Global Catastrophic Risk Institute were appalled and disgusted to watch as right-wing domestic violent extremists stormed the US Capitol on January 6 to threaten Congress and disrupt certification of the Electoral College vote [1]. Though shocking in …

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What if…there was a daily ‘imagination’ lesson?

By Post Carbon Institute

November 16, 2020 On Tuesday I was a keynote speaker at the Philippe de Woot Award Ceremony organised by UCLouvain in Belgium. The award gives a prize to the best dissertation written on the subject of corporate social responsibility. This …

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Summary of 2020-2021 GCRI Accomplishments, Plans, and Fundraising

By Global Catastrophic Risk Institute

2020 has been a challenging year for GCRI, as it has been for so many other organizations. The pandemic we are currently living through is, by some definitions, a global catastrophe. COVID-19 has already killed more than a million people …

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Insurrection, Pandemic, and Censorship

By Post Carbon Institute

January 14, 2021 On January 6, thousands gathered in Washington, DC to hear an inciteful speech from President Trump, then forcefully breached the US Capitol Building in an effort to disrupt the peaceful transition of presidential power—an institutional foundation of …

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November 2020 Newsletter

By Machine Intelligence Research Institute

MIRI researcher Scott Garrabrant has completed his Cartesian Frames sequence. Scott also covers the first two posts’ contents in video form. Other MIRI updates Contrary to my previous announcement, MIRI won’t be running a formal fundraiser this year, though we’ll still …

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Farm Journal Entry

By Post Carbon Institute

November 3, 2020 I’m having a hard time not getting distracted by troublesome thoughts. We’ve got a Supreme Court ready to go with plans to help Trump suppress voting and heavily armed paramilitaries awaiting a call to use violence to keep him in office. …

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The Real Plan? To Make America Ungovernable

By Post Carbon Institute

November 20, 2020 The US presidential election of 2020 is now behind us—or is it? President Trump has yet to concede his defeat, and many Republican lawmakers have demanded recounts and backed lawsuits. Some commentators fear that the current administration …

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August 2020 Newsletter

By Machine Intelligence Research Institute

MIRI updates News and links Originally published by Machine Intelligence Research Institute: Source

2020: The Year Consensus Reality Fractured

By Post Carbon Institute

December 18, 2020 Virtually everyone agrees that 2020 was an abomination. An entire industry of opinion writers is busying itself with end-of-year handwringing, scouring every online thesaurus for adjectives to express just how horrible the last twelve months have been. …

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S-Risk Intro Seminar

By Centre on Long-Term Risk

We will run the first Intro Seminar to Risks of Astronomical Suffering (s-risks). The seminar is intended to help you get up to speed with how we think about s-risks. It will take place on the weekend of February 20 …

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2020 Survey of Artificial General Intelligence Projects for Ethics, Risk, and Policy

By Global Catastrophic Risk Institute

View the paper “2020 Survey of Artificial General Intelligence Projects for Ethics, Risk, and Policy” In 2017, GCRI published the first-ever survey of artificial general intelligence (AGI) research and development (R&D) projects for ethics, risk, and policy. This paper updates …

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Why Biden Must Build Back Better Than Obama For Blacks

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

Twelve years ago, the country’s first Black president’s inauguration had many Americans believe that a future free of racial discrimination and inequality was finally within grasp. President Obama promised to use the president’s power to increase opportunity for all Americans, …

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Change is on the way, but it won’t be easy

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

Donald Trump’s victory four years ago was unimaginable to many, and an emotional blow that only got worse over time. Until now. The post election drama is mostly over. The Electoral College is done. We finally know: Joe Biden will …

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Billionaire’s need to pay their fair share

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

The wealth gap between rich and poor Americans has more than doubled since 1989. The top 1% own more wealth than the entire bottom 90% combined. In the midst of the global pandemic, some of the nation’s super rich have …

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Pandemic stimulus a necessary stopgap, but more work needs to be done for a just recovery

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

Yesterday, Congress passed a long-overdue stimulus package. The $900 billion package will provide billions in rental assistance, extend the eviction moratorium and supplement state unemployment programs with continued Pandemic Unemployment Assistance. It also allows for a second round of forgivable …

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CRA & Race: The Federal Reserve’s Proposal on the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA)

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

Opportunities to consider race more explicitly in the framework “(a) In general in connection with its examination of a financial institution, the appropriate Federal financial supervisory agency shall— (1)    assess the institution’s record of meeting the credit needs of its entire community, …

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The New York Times: Justice Dept. Seeks to Pare Back Civil Rights Protections for Minorities

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

The New York Times, January 5, 2021, Justice Dept. Seeks to Pare Back Civil Rights Protections for Minorities The Trump administration has embarked on an 11th-hour bid to undo some civil rights protections for minority groups, which could have a …

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A New Generation in Richmond

By Asian Pacific Environmental Network

Dec 16, 2020 by Denny Khamphanthong, Richmond Community Organizer, APEN I still remember the first time I learned about APEN. It was a cold, drizzly September morning in San Francisco during the People’s March for Climate, Jobs and Justice in …

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Dorchester Reporter: How Dorchester Bay City can be the beginning for a new Boston

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

Dorchester Reporter, December 17, How Dorchester Bay City can be the beginning for a new Boston The Dorchester Bay City project on the site of the former Bayside Expo Center is slated to be a $6-million-square-foot hub of housing, retail, …

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Bank branch closures continue at alarming pace

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

There was a 5.13% loss of bank branches across the United States from 2017 through the third quarter of 2020, a new analysis found.  The analysis, from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), revealed a net loss of bank branches …

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PPP data shows loans flowed mostly to businesses in wealthy White communities

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

The government’s flawed COVID relief program underscored the need for equity in small business financing, and for stronger enforcement of fair lending laws. A note for journalists: NCRC is making available geocoded PPP data to its members and news organizations …

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Proof for employee ownership

By Project Equity

The best way to protect your business and workers during COVID-19? Study shows it’s employee ownership Employee-owned companies have protected their workers’ jobs four times better than other firms and suffered fewer cuts to hours and pay during the COVID-19 …

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A Lifetime of Commitment: Honoring Thongsoun Phuthama

By Asian Pacific Environmental Network

We are honoring the lives of Mr. Thongsoun Phuthama and his wife, Boua Vanvilay, who passed away from COVID-19 on December 22 and 25th respectively. Thoungsoun and Boua were both active leaders in Richmond’s Laotian community, and their passing, amidst …

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New Book! Sightline’s Guide to US Democracy Fixes

By Sightline Institute

We show up. We turn out. We overcome countless obstacles to vote and be heard. In November 2020, 150 million Americans voted. We still believe US democracy can work for us, but we have to work for it—and we’ll have …

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Family Forest Owners Could Champion Carbon Drawdown

By Sightline Institute

Family forest owners steward nearly 6 million acres of forestland across Oregon and Washington—an area nearly the size of Vermont, or of 25 Mount Rainier National Parks strung together. All told, these landowners hold nearly one-third of privately owned forests …

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Rock Bottom for Democracy Should Focus Americans on Election Reforms

By Sightline Institute

They say you have to hit rock bottom to begin your path to true recovery. This week’s attack by partisan extremists on the country’s Capitol, attempting to use force to overturn a democratic election was a record low for democracy …

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Democrats have the Senate, House, and White House. What Should They Do?

By Sightline Institute

Democrats have the Senate, House, and White House. They also have a lot on their plates: addressing a coup attempt fueled by a sitting president, fighting a pandemic and its economic fallout, plus all the accelerating problems of inequality, infrastructure, …

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Northwest States Need a Plan to Move Beyond Gas

By Sightline Institute

Oregon and Washington boast aggressive climate plans that aim to decarbonize the Northwest economy over the next 30 years. Yet these plans face a major roadblock in the form of the privately-owned utilities that supply gas to customers across the …

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S-Risk Intro Seminar

By Centre on Long-Term Risk

We will run the first Intro Seminar to Risks of Astronomical Suffering (s-risks). The seminar is intended to help you get up to speed with how we think about s-risks. It will take place on the weekend of February 20 …

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Plans for 2021 & Review of 2020

By Centre on Long-Term Risk

 Plans for 2021 Our first focus area will be cooperation & conflict in the context of transformative AI (TAI). In addition to improving our prioritization within this area, we plan to build a field around bargaining in artificial learners using …

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Muscling Political Advantage to Push Kalama Petrochemical Project?

By Sightline Institute

Takeaways A review of NW Innovation Works’ actions in Washington reveals worrisome influence peddling and political spending to curry favor to advance proposals for a Kalama petrochemical export project. Leading government officials of both parties have left their posts and …

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2020 Make Time for Makos Toolkit

By Project AWARE Foundation

The European Commissioner for Fisheries and the US Department of Commerce have the power to alter their respective positions, and we need to get them to act fast before it’s too late for the mako shark. It’s Action Time for …

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Notes from the President – Thank You for Standing With Us

By The International Crane Foundation

December 11, 2020 in East Asia, Global Headquarters, Newsroom, North America, Notes from the President, South-Southeast Asia, Sub-saharan Africa As I reflect on our accomplishments during this challenging year, I have never been prouder of our team and how together …

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Whooping Crane Eastern Population Update – December 2020

By The International Crane Foundation

December 10, 2020 in I Give A Whoop, Newsroom, North America, Whooping Crane A flock of 10 Whooping Cranes (one not pictured) fly to their evening roost in Greene County, Indiana. Below is the most recent update for the Eastern …

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A new creative collaboration for wildlife

By David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

News > A new creative collaboration for wildlife DSWF are excited to launch a new creative collaboration for wildlife with award-winning wildlife photographer William Fortescue. We are delighted to welcome him into our creative family and to continue our legacy …

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The Life and Times of Arete and Bomnak – The Khingansky Cranes Grow Up

By The International Crane Foundation

December 14, 2020 in East Asia, Global Crane News, Newsroom, Red-crowned Crane, White-naped Crane Red-crowned and White-naped Cranes are among the most cherished species in East Asia, not just for their grace and beauty but also because they nest in …

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How to win wildlife art competitions

By David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

News > How to win wildlife art competitions Each year David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s (DSWF) Wildlife Artist of the Year competition receives over 1,000 entries from amateur and professional artists from around the world. Wildlife Artist of the Year has …

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Rising from the Ashes

By International Rhino Foundation

A vital part of any conservation effort is ensuring that animals have enough protected, suitable habitat to grow their population. A few years ago, we began supporting an initiative of the Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry to replant and …

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How Often Do You Get To Be A Hero?

By International Rhino Foundation

Peter Hall believes that we are in a critical struggle for the planet. A struggle to reverse the loss of biodiversity, where life hangs in the balance. Yet Peter believes that everyone has the opportunity to be a hero in …

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Artivism, raising awareness for the environment

By David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

News > Artivism, raising awareness for the environment In 2018, straight-talking Swedish climate activist, Greta Thunberg, made international headlines by launching her school strike for climate movement.  This was the beginning of her climate crusade against global leaders, calling for sweeping systemic …

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Legal Language

By The Jane Goodall Institute

Legal Designation Language for Planned Giving Thank you for remembering the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) while making your estate plans.  Please be aware that JGI cannot provide tax and/or legal advice.  We recommend that you consult with an estate/probate lawyer …

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Fundraising changes lives

By David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

News > Fundraising changes lives Long-time supporter and fundraising superstar, Amanda Butler reached an amazing milestone in 2020. Through ‘bush bingo’ and countless other endeavours, Amanda has shared her dedication for wildlife with friends and family, raising vital funds for …

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Captive western lowland gorillas proven susceptible to COVID-19

By Gorilla Doctors

Today it was announced that multiple western lowland gorillas at the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park (in Escondido, California) tested positive for SARS CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. To date, no wild, human-habituated eastern gorilla has tested positive …

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