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Beat the Heat This Summer: We Topped 400 (Parts Per Million of C02), Now What?

Posted by in End Dirty Energy, Global Exchange Community, World News & Events on 17th May, 2013 | No Comments

350.org in AustraliaIt took a couple of years for the number to stick: 350. Its the number (parts per million of C02) that we need to maintain if we want to save our lovely planet. But this weekend we topped 400. Learn how you can join us to fight back.
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Join the Spring of Sustainability!

Posted by in Building Positive Alternatives, Global Exchange News & Events on 24th March, 2012 | No Comments

SoS-100.100Five days a week, for three months, leaders from all walks of sustainable living – from green activism to green lifestyles – will share the latest insights and best solutions to help you make your home, workplace, and community sustainable so that our planet can THRIVE. Learn more and sign up for free!
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Over 800,00 Say No to Keystone XL in 24 Hours

Posted by in End Dirty Energy, Featured, World News & Events on 15th February, 2012 | 1 Comment

6877618799_7c7c6d774b_zFriends, the response was rapid, fierce and overwhelming. When we joined the effort to gather 500,000 signatures in 24 hours, it seemed ambitious. Thanks to your help, representatives from the coalition delivered over 800,000 signatures directly to Senator Reid and Senator McConnell in DC.
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TreeHugger and Bill McKibben Interview the Green Festival

Posted by in Global Exchange News & Events, Green Festivals, World News & Events on 8th November, 2010 | 1 Comment

img_0172webCouldn’t make it to the San Francisco Green Festival this weekend? Or maybe you went, but just can’t get enough. Well, you’re in luck because TreeHugger enlisted 350.org founder, Bill McKibben to interview various Green Festival participants about their involvement in the green economy, in a TreeHugger Exclusive.
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