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We can’t use China as an excuse not to #ActOnClimate. China has ambitious renewable energy goals, as Sigourney Weaver learned from Barbara Finamore, the founder of the @nrdc_org ’s China program, during season two of Years of Living Dangerously. #BehindTheScenes #TBT #throwback #cleanenergy #solar #YEARSproject

We can’t use China as an excuse not to #ActOnClimate. China has ambitious renewable energy goals, as Sigourney Weaver learned from Barbara Finamore, the founder of the @nrdc_org ’s China program, during season two of Years of Living Dangerously.
#BehindTheScenes
#TBT
#throwback
#cleanenergy
#solar
#YEARSproject

We can’t use China as an excuse not to #ActOnClimate. China has ambitious renewable energy goals, as Sigourney Weaver learned from Barbara Finamore, the founder of the @nrdc_org ’s China program, during season two of Years of Living Dangerously. 
#BehindTheScenes
#TBT
#throwback
#cleanenergy
#solar
#YEARSproject

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GREAT NEWS: There are now 60 members on the #ClimateSolutions Caucus! @rep_mimiwalters, the Republican representative for California’s 45th district, joined with California Democrat @rep.peteaguilar. Leave a comment to thank these two Reps for their willingness to reach across the aisle and be leaders on #climatechange! . . . . . . @citizensclimate #ActOnClimate #PutAPriceOnIt #bipartisan #democracy #CCL #climatechange #globalwarming

GREAT NEWS: There are now 60 members on the #ClimateSolutions Caucus! @rep_mimiwalters, the Republican representative for California’s 45th district, joined with California Democrat @rep.peteaguilar. Leave a comment to thank these two Reps for their willingness to reach across the aisle and be leaders on #climatechange!
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GREAT NEWS: There are now 60 members on the #ClimateSolutions Caucus! @rep_mimiwalters, the Republican representative for California’s 45th district, joined with California Democrat @rep.peteaguilar. Leave a comment to thank these two Reps for their willingness to reach across the aisle and be leaders on #climatechange!
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Last week, the #PutAPriceOnIt campaign visited Carleton College, where students are working hard for climate solutions. They hosted a screening of our episode “Priceless” and wrote letters to local elected officials. Want to make carbon pricing happen where you live or host your own screening? Check out PutAPriceOnIt.org to learn more!

Last week, the #PutAPriceOnIt campaign visited Carleton College, where students are working hard for climate solutions. They hosted a screening of our episode “Priceless” and wrote letters to local elected officials. Want to make carbon pricing happen where you live or host your own screening? Check out PutAPriceOnIt.org to learn more!

Last week, the #PutAPriceOnIt campaign visited Carleton College, where students are working hard for climate solutions. They hosted a screening of our episode “Priceless” and wrote letters to local elected officials. Want to make carbon pricing happen where you live or host your own screening? Check out PutAPriceOnIt.org to learn more!

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Climate change isn’t just about doom and gloom. We have solutions and we can make a difference! Learn more about why there’s reason to hopeful about climate change by checking out @ClimateOptimist and opting in! #ClimateOptimist #ActOnClimate

Climate change isn’t just about doom and gloom. We have solutions and we can make a difference! Learn more about why there’s reason to hopeful about climate change by checking out @ClimateOptimist and opting in! #ClimateOptimist #ActOnClimate

Climate change isn’t just about doom and gloom. We have solutions and we can make a difference! Learn more about why there’s reason to hopeful about climate change by checking out @ClimateOptimist and opting in! #ClimateOptimist #ActOnClimate

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Repost from @iamnikkireed — A true privilege getting to present at the #EMAawards to a show I am so proud to say we’re a part of. Debbie Levin, thank you for asking us to join you year after year, and for inviting us to be Environmental Media Association board members. What a powerful room to be in with some of the most compassionate innovators and change-makers of our time. If you haven’t had the chance, please take a second to watch Years of Living Dangerously. It is by far the most informative docu-series on the greatest threat human beings have ever known; climate change. It’s visually stunning, with an incredible cast, but more importantly it’s saying something and it’s time we all listen. Thank you to these two geniuses who have devoted their lives to making the world a better place. Thank you for continuing to believe that human beings will wake up…that they want to wake up. Thank you for giving us hope through your provocative storytelling while tackling an issue that is too real to ignore. Joel Bach and David Gelber, you’ve made me a better person just by knowing you, and it’s an honor to call you my/our friends. @yearsofliving @green4ema @bachchoy @david.gelber

Repost from @iamnikkireed — A true privilege getting to present at the #EMAawards to a show I am so proud to say we’re a part of. Debbie Levin, thank you for asking us to join you year after year, and for inviting us to be Environmental Media Association board members. What a powerful room to be in with some of the most compassionate innovators and change-makers of our time. If you haven’t had the chance, please take a second to watch Years of Living Dangerously. It is by far the most informative docu-series on the greatest threat human beings have ever known; climate change. It’s visually stunning, with an incredible cast, but more importantly it’s saying something and it’s time we all listen. Thank you to these two geniuses who have devoted their lives to making the world a better place. Thank you for continuing to believe that human beings will wake up…that they want to wake up. Thank you for giving us hope through your provocative storytelling while tackling an issue that is too real to ignore. Joel Bach and David Gelber, you’ve made me a better person just by knowing you, and it’s an honor to call you my/our friends. @yearsofliving @green4ema @bachchoy @david.gelber

Repost from @iamnikkireed — A true privilege getting to present at the #EMAawards to a show I am so proud to say we’re a part of. Debbie Levin, thank you for asking us to join you year after year, and for inviting us to be Environmental Media Association board members. What a powerful room to be in with some of the most compassionate innovators and change-makers of our time. If you haven’t had the chance, please take a second to watch Years of Living Dangerously. It is by far the most informative docu-series on the greatest threat human beings have ever known; climate change. It’s visually stunning, with an incredible cast, but more importantly it’s saying something and it’s time we all listen. Thank you to these two geniuses who have devoted their lives to making the world a better place. Thank you for continuing to believe that human beings will wake up…that they want to wake up. Thank you for giving us hope through your provocative storytelling while tackling an issue that is too real to ignore. Joel Bach and David Gelber, you’ve made me a better person just by knowing you, and it’s an honor to call you my/our friends. @yearsofliving @green4ema @bachchoy @david.gelber

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As of today, 110 businesses have committed to going 100% renewable, as part of @theclimategroup ‘s #RE100 campaign with CDP. The newest members include @califiafarms, @clifbar, Citi and JPMorgan Chase & Co. Even if the U.S. backs out of the Paris agreement, cities, states and companies can work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help curb climate change. #renewables #CWNYC #ActOnClimate #WeAreStillIn

As of today, 110 businesses have committed to going 100% renewable, as part of @theclimategroup ‘s #RE100 campaign with CDP. The newest members include @califiafarms, @clifbar, Citi and JPMorgan Chase & Co. Even if the U.S. backs out of the Paris agreement, cities, states and companies can work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help curb climate change. #renewables #CWNYC #ActOnClimate #WeAreStillIn

As of today, 110 businesses have committed to going 100% renewable, as part of @theclimategroup ‘s #RE100 campaign with CDP. The newest members include @califiafarms, @clifbar, Citi and JPMorgan Chase & Co. Even if the U.S. backs out of the Paris agreement, cities, states and companies can work together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help curb climate change. #renewables #CWNYC #ActOnClimate #WeAreStillIn

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You may not have heard of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) but it’s probably had an impact on your life. FERC is the national agency that makes many of the important decisions about energy in the U.S., particularly approving gas pipelines. Right now, Congress is trying to expand FERC’s powers, by getting rid of checks and balances from other parts of the government. Remember when President Obama finally said NO to #KeystoneXL? One bill that’s passed the House (H.R. 2883) would take that power out of the Oval Office and give it to FERC. A different bill in the Senate (S. 1460) requires FERC to make decisions about permits in less time, and gives FERC’s decisions precedence over other agencies. This week, take action by contacting your Senators and ask them to oppose S. 1460, H.R. 2883, and other bills that expand FERC’s authority without requiring any additional oversight or transparency. Call the Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121. #YEARSproject #WeeklyAction #actonclimate #nodapl #keepitintheground

You may not have heard of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) but it’s probably had an impact on your life. FERC is the national agency that makes many of the important decisions about energy in the U.S., particularly approving gas pipelines. Right now, Congress is trying to expand FERC’s powers, by getting rid of checks and balances from other parts of the government. Remember when President Obama finally said NO to #KeystoneXL? One bill that’s passed the House (H.R. 2883) would take that power out of the Oval Office and give it to FERC. A different bill in the Senate (S. 1460) requires FERC to make decisions about permits in less time, and gives FERC’s decisions precedence over other agencies.
This week, take action by contacting your Senators and ask them to oppose S. 1460, H.R. 2883, and other bills that expand FERC’s authority without requiring any additional oversight or transparency. Call the Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121.
#YEARSproject
#WeeklyAction #actonclimate #nodapl #keepitintheground

You may not have heard of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) but it’s probably had an impact on your life. FERC is the national agency that makes many of the important decisions about energy in the U.S., particularly approving gas pipelines. Right now, Congress is trying to expand FERC’s powers, by getting rid of checks and balances from other parts of the government. Remember when President Obama finally said NO to #KeystoneXL? One bill that’s passed the House (H.R. 2883) would take that power out of the Oval Office and give it to FERC. A different bill in the Senate (S. 1460) requires FERC to make decisions about permits in less time, and gives FERC’s decisions precedence over other agencies.
This week, take action by contacting your Senators and ask them to oppose S. 1460, H.R. 2883, and other bills that expand FERC’s authority without requiring any additional oversight or transparency. Call the Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121. 
#YEARSproject
#WeeklyAction #actonclimate #nodapl #keepitintheground

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Repost from @iamnikkireed – Hey guys happy Sunday! By now you probably know that every Sunday I donate my social media to my @YearsofLiving team to talk about carbon pricing! This week’s post is from Ashley Bonn, a graduate student at Portland State University. “During the summer of 2015, I interned for a nonprofit organization in Santiago, Chile called  Fondo Esperanza (“Hope Fund”). Fondo  Esperanza helps people living in vulnerable conditions by providing microfinance service to support their economic initiatives. While living in Chile, I had the chance to snowboard in the Andes Mountains. Standing more than 17,000 feet above Santiago, I saw a large immobile black cloud of smog hovering over the buildings and trees. This horrible sight disgusted me and sparked my inspiration to #PutAPriceOnIt and promote sustainability. Now, as a graduate student at Portland State University, I am pursuing a ME in Sustainability and Garden-based Education as well as a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. I am working with Our Climate and the @putapriceonit campaign to help pass carbon pricing policy in Oregon, otherwise known as the Clean Energy Jobs bill. Both of these groups empower me to learn the skills and knowledge needed to hold polluters accountable and protect our collective future.”

Repost from @iamnikkireed – Hey guys happy Sunday! By now you probably know that every Sunday I donate my social media to my @YearsofLiving team to talk about carbon pricing! This week’s post is from Ashley Bonn, a graduate student at Portland State University. “During the summer of 2015, I interned for a nonprofit organization in Santiago, Chile called  Fondo Esperanza (“Hope Fund”). Fondo  Esperanza helps people living in vulnerable conditions by providing microfinance service to support their economic initiatives. While living in Chile, I had the chance to snowboard in the Andes Mountains. Standing more than 17,000 feet above Santiago, I saw a large immobile black cloud of smog hovering over the buildings and trees. This horrible sight disgusted me and sparked my inspiration to #PutAPriceOnIt and promote sustainability.

Now, as a graduate student at Portland State University, I am pursuing a ME in Sustainability and Garden-based Education as well as a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. I am working with Our Climate and the @putapriceonit campaign to help pass carbon pricing policy in Oregon, otherwise known as the Clean Energy Jobs bill. Both of these groups empower me to learn the skills and knowledge needed to hold polluters accountable and protect our collective future.”

Repost from @iamnikkireed – Hey guys happy Sunday! By now you probably know that every Sunday I donate my social media to my @YearsofLiving team to talk about carbon pricing! This week’s post is from Ashley Bonn, a graduate student at Portland State University. “During the summer of 2015, I interned for a nonprofit organization in Santiago, Chile called  Fondo Esperanza (“Hope Fund”). Fondo  Esperanza helps people living in vulnerable conditions by providing microfinance service to support their economic initiatives. While living in Chile, I had the chance to snowboard in the Andes Mountains. Standing more than 17,000 feet above Santiago, I saw a large immobile black cloud of smog hovering over the buildings and trees. This horrible sight disgusted me and sparked my inspiration to #PutAPriceOnIt and promote sustainability.

Now, as a graduate student at Portland State University, I am pursuing a ME in Sustainability and Garden-based Education as well as a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. I am working with Our Climate and the @putapriceonit campaign to help pass carbon pricing policy in Oregon, otherwise known as the Clean Energy Jobs bill. Both of these groups empower me to learn the skills and knowledge needed to hold polluters accountable and protect our collective future.”

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