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6
Apr

A BIG Announcement

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For too long, the fossil fuel industry has had its way on the climate issue--its money has overwhelmed the scientific facts, delaying action on the largest challenge humanity now faces.

Right now, the the Clean Air Act is being threatened, the EPA is under attack, and big polluters are mounting an all-out onslaught that threatens to destroy our lands and scorch our planet. In short, we are losing ground.

In the face of these challenges, one thing is clear: if we want to win, we will have to come together like we never have before.

That’s why we at 350.org and 1Sky have important news to share: starting today, our organizations are officially merging. We’ll be called 350.org, and together we’ll be smarter, bolder, faster, and more creative than we were before.

Over the last three years, 350.org and 1Sky have frequently teamed up for U.S. campaigning. Many of you have been with us every step of the way. Together, we’ve coordinated over 5,000 climate demonstrations in all 50 states. We've helped protect the Clean Air Act and won a campaign to get solar panels back on the White House. We've launched creative projects to get science at the center of the climate debate, trained thousands of new leaders, and built a network of strong local groups.

Despite all of this work, we haven’t been winning enough. The...

31
Mar

1Sky Policy Update 3/30/2011 - Potential Senate Climate Showdown

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Attacks on the Clean Air Act in the Senate become more heated, and the Obama Administration opens up huge quantities of public land in Wyoming to coal mining.
28
Mar

Building the climate movement one story at a time

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In the fight for our climate future, I’m excited to get to work for the winning team.
25
Mar

Weekly roundup 3/25/11: The U.S. Chamber's dirty deeds

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Just how low can the U.S. Chamber go? Pretty low, according to former Bush cyber security czar and counter-terrorism expert Richard Clarke.