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Donate to support evacuation of Afghan activists!

Climate, gender, human rights and other activists and their families in Afghanistan are in dire need for evacuation. The Fridays For Future Activists in Risk Zones (ARZ) group is working on supporting them. Donate using the link above! Also check out FFF Digital’s Tumblr post with more actions.


Sign the open letter to support Indigenous Peoples in Brazil

“The Brazilian Congress is advancing laws that would reward land grabbing, end environmental licensing, open Indigenous Peoples’ lands to mining, and reduce the size of protected Indigenous Peoples’ lands.” Take action to prevent this now!


Charge Enbridge and Exxon with Environmental Terrorism

Pipeline leaks, endangering animal species, actively harming the livelihoods of Indigenous Peoples. These are all actions Enbridge and ExxonMobil have committed. Sign the petition to hold them accountable!


Help Alleviate the Climate Crisis Induced Famine in Madagascar

An ongoing 4 year drought has exacerbated food insecurity in Madagascar. According to the United Nations, 1.1. million people are in some kind of severe food insecurity. Read more here and donate to Action Against Hunger here.


Protect the Cherry Hill Urban Community Garden

“Land insecurity is real. In the midst of a global pandemic, black people are already having a difficult time accessing fresh, healthy produce. Cherry Hill Urban Community Garden…is being actively threatened with closure by the landowner, Housing Authority of Baltimore City.” Sign the petition to ensure the farm stays where it is currently located.


Take Action to Stop EACOP and Hold Total Accountable

If you’ve been following the newsletter, you may have seen this action before. We still need your help! “French oil company Total and majority state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) are on the cusp of building the world’s longest heated oil pipeline right through the heart of Africa.  Stretching for nearly 1,445 kilometers, the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) would have disastrous consequences for local communities, for wildlife and for the entire planet.” Head to the campaign website to stop the pipeline.