In this month’s Calendar, read about specific commitments you can make to help the planet, an interview from the Washington Post with Greta Thunberg on the state of the climate movement, a profile on an inspiring climate activist, a how-to on climate emergency declarations, and a look at how sea level rise is already wreaking havoc.
By: The FFF Calendar writing team (AR Hogan, Ann Kinney-Eittinger, Ayesha Sushra, and Marta Laatsch, edited by Marta Laatsch)
It’s not too late to make a 2022 new year’s resolution! Check out this list of things you can do regularly to help everyone on the planet. A new year is the perfect time to start doing some more of these and/or renew our commitments.
Please read this great interview with Greta from the Washington Post, in which she discusses her life and strategies and the state of the climate justice movement. (Note: the FFF Calendar writing team neither conducted this interview nor wrote this article! We just wanted to share it with you.)
We have another inspiring profile on a fellow FFF activist for you this month! You can find this article about Melissa Jiménez Gómez-Tagle here.
Since the world faces a state of emergency, it seems only logical that governments declare a state of emergency to kickstart themselves into action. Use this article to learn more about the steps in getting your city/company/school to declare one.
Sometimes we need to slow down and think about individual stories of people who are already being affected by the climate catastrophe. An FFF Calendar Writer Team member from Bangladesh wrItes an eyewitness account of how sea level rise is already affecting her country.
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