Citizen Action Monitor

People power of local groups pull off nationwide actions of resistance to Kinder Morgan pipeline

Kudos to Leadnow and 350.org’s support of Indigenous-led resistance, as thousands show up at MP offices. No 2191 Posted by fw, March 27, 2018 “You got the government’s attention: Environment … Continue reading

March 27, 2018

Two thumbs way up for 350.org’s Katie and Daniel, kicked out of the House of Commons

They interrupted the PM, calling on him to “show the science” on Kinder Morgan pipeline. No 2171 Posted by fw, March 1, 2018 “Today [Feb. 28], my friend Daniel and … Continue reading

March 1, 2018

Tens of thousands join Break Free actions targeting world’s most dangerous fossil fuel sites

Cheers all around! But, is anyone assessing the effectiveness of this unprecedented campaign? No 1674 Posted by fw, May 16, 2016 “Tens of thousands of activists took to the streets, occupied … Continue reading

May 16, 2016

350.org goes after Team Trudeau for proceeding with review of Kinder Morgan pipeline

Calls on supporters to join an action to demand an immediate stop to these reviews, starting on January 18. No 1564 Posted by fw, January 13, 2016 “Yesterday, the government … Continue reading

January 13, 2016

When it comes to the climate, Prime Minister elect Trudeau has failed to distinguish himself

“He won’t take the kind of bold action we need and hold campaign promises unless the climate movement forces him to,” says Cam Fenton, 350.org No 1484 Posted by fw, … Continue reading

October 20, 2015

350.org commits to deliver tens of thousands of messages calling for a climate review of Energy East

Also plans to build cross-Canada Action Network to organize community actions to stop the project “We’ll put up the fiercest 15 month fight Stephen Harper has ever seen.” No 1184 … Continue reading

November 6, 2014

Send Stephen Harper a message – Dare him to show up at the UN climate summit on Sept. 23 in New York

350.org is daring Harper to try to defend Canada’s climate record before the world. Sign on to this campaign. Let’s do this! No 1141 Posted by fw, September 10, 2014 … Continue reading

September 10, 2014

Massive People’s Climate March promises “weekend to bend the course of history” – New York, Sept. 21-22

Mass grassroots mobilization demands: “A world safe from the ravages of climate change.” No 1089 Posted by fw, July 4, 2014 “This moment will not be just about New York … Continue reading

July 4, 2014

TPP MENACE IS BACK! – Governments on verge of locking in disastrous secret deal giving power to corporations

350.org hopes petition can stop Trans-Pacific Partnership in its tracks No 988 Posted by fw, February 25, 2014 In an email appeal to its supporters, Eduardo Santaela of 350.org urges … Continue reading

February 25, 2014 · Leave a comment

Global Power Shift: Campaign to mobilize tens of thousands worldwide to take on climate crisis

Phase 1 is on June 10-17 in Istanbul where young activists will meet, train, and share skills and stories No 619 Posted by fw, November 21, 2012 Global Power Shift … Continue reading

November 21, 2012 · Leave a comment

350.org kicks off 21-city campaign targeting Big Oil, Big Gas, Big Coal

Bill McKibben aims to connect dots between extreme weather, climate change, and fossil fuel industry No 606 Posted by fw, November 8, 2012 “Do the Math” tour, which began November … Continue reading

November 8, 2012 · Leave a comment

“We’ll be honest: we won’t win the campaign to end fossil fuel subsidies with a global million-strong petition alone” – 350.org

“Once we get a million signatures, we’ll move on to phase two” No 491 Posted by fw, June 2, 2012 The following call for action is reposted from the 350.org … Continue reading

June 2, 2012 · Leave a comment

May 5, 2012 is Climate Impacts Day — 350.org’s dramatic 2-min video reveals cause for concern and anger

“The fossil fuel industry in pursuit of evermore profit is making life impossible for many of us. We should be mad.” No 461 Posted by fw, April 21, 2012 “350.org … Continue reading

April 21, 2012 · Leave a comment