NASA climate scientist Peter Kalmus was arrested for chaining himself to a Chase Bank in Los Angeles. He thinks more people need to engage in climate disobedience, too. …
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“If everyone could see what I see coming,” said one scientist, “society would switch into climate emergency mode and end fossil fuels in just a few years.” …
As each hellish new natural disaster is matched by an equally hellish political stalemate on climate legislation, a growing segment of the American population is thinking: What can I personally do to get some climate…
In her final appearance at a series of protests, the 82-year-old actress called for divestment from fossil fuels — and a larger protest movement.
We must start to live our lives as if this is an emergency, because it is. Each of us one day will have to answer this question: What did I do to protect the planet for our children, grandchildren and so many precious species while we still had time?
Fonda said the agriculture sector should be transformed on the model laid out in the Green New Deal, a proposal introduced by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).
This week’s demonstration focused on climate change’s threat to fresh water, with Fonda delivering a speech to the crowd that said, “At Standing Rock I heard the words ‘Water is life.’
Jane Fonda cheers on as TV daughter June Diane Raphael, CSI’s Marg Helgenberger arrested at D.C. protest
The actress and activist’s TV daughters, June Diane Raphael and Brooklyn Decker, from Grace and Frankie joined Fonda at the demonstration, calling for the end of fossil fuel exploration and extraction, as well as taxpayer subsidies to oil companies, given the negative effects they have on low-income communities and communities of color.
Putting the words “celebrity” and “activist” next to one another makes for a fraught description of some members of Hollywood’s A-list, but for decades, Jane Fonda has been one of the rare celebrities to accurately represent the term.