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ChangeClimate


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ChangeClimate


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Since the Standing Rock youth started the petition that kicked off the Dakota Access Pipeline movement, thousands of people have been inspired to use Change.org to take action for the climate. From fracking projects in Ohio, to pipelines in Arkansas, to demanding that states uphold the Paris Climate Agreement, the Change.org community is getting organized.

changeclimate tells the story of those on the front lines, fighting tooth and nail to protect the planet.

Updates


Updates


Updates

READ: Is this federal commission serving public or corporate interests?

TAKE ACTION: Here are three ways you can fight a trash incinerator polluting Detroit's air.

Young people deserve clean water and a future free from fossil fuels – we all do. Don’t let Enbridge take that away from us.
— Rose and Frances, Youth Climate Intervenors against the Line 3 Pipeline

TAKE ACTION: Find out how you can join a week of digital and on-the-ground actions against pipelines in Virginia. 

BECOME A MEMBER: Help support crucial initiatives like ChangeClimate.

PETITION:  Stop the proposed 250-mile NEXUS Pipeline, which would snake through Ohio and Michigan. 

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Titles


Climate Leaders

Read about people who have successfully used Change.org's to drive impact for climate justice.

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Tokata Iron Eyes, Youth Leader, Standing Rock 

Crystal Arrieta, Organizer, Frontera Water Protection Alliance

Partners

Change.org is partnering with the following organizations to highlight the stories of frontline communities in their fight for the planet.