With the US and European countries pushing carbon offset trading as a primary “solution” to the climate crisis, social movements are stepping up coordination to oppose this dangerous approach and to make a collective push for stricter binding carbon reductions, reparations for industrial-driven environmental destruction, and a human rights approach to climate policies.
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You are invited to participate on the Inter-Alliance Dialogue’s Second National Conference Call on Immigration
When: Tuesday, April from 2 to 4 pm Eastern Time (1 - 3 pm Central / 12 - 2 pm Mountain / 11 – 1 pm Pacific)
Where/How: The conference call information for those who wish to participate in English is: Conference Dial-in Number: (218) 339-4300, Participant Access Code: 1095522#
Member Organizations of the AWAM Working Group,
As you all know, a strategy session for our working group was held at POWER in SF this past weekend (April 2-4). this was a follow-up on the discussions we began during the Miami GGJ Membership Assembly.
The Indigenous Environmental Network, the Council of Canadians, and the Alaska based REDOIL Network have issued an open letter (link below) calling for an international moratorium on all new exploration for fossil fuel resources in the Arctic region. The letter is directed at the Foreign Ministers of Canada, Norway, Denmark, Russia and the United States who will be present at the Arctic Summit in Chelsea, Québec, March 29, 2010.
Reposted from War Times, By Clare Bayard and Sarah Lazare
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GGJ has been a lead organization in the US Social Forum process since the planning for the first US Social Forum in Atlanta in 2007. Drawing on lessons from the World Social Forum process, GGJ has helped shape the USSF as a critical space for internationalist movement-building in the United States.