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EVERYONE and EVERYTHING
is part of the environment.
We are not separate from the world we live in.
The air we breathe, the water we drink, the ground beneath us. Which is why although Holes in the Wall Collective is not a traditional environmental organization, we are still an environmental organization.
Meaning we are interested in people and the places they are in, ideas and the ecosystems they thrive in. New innovations and old wisdom.
If we are going to deal with climate change, we have to change the climate.Literally. Socially. Politically. In all ways, simultaneously.
That means we have to start NOW.
Right where we are.
It's about everything from what's for breakfast to what you are wearing to the politics outside your door.
MAMBEMBÉ • Community Saturday
Video credit : Isak Tiner 2019
So... how do you
What Are We
Doing About it ?
What Can YOU do about it?
Inform yourself. Talk with your friends, to your kids, with strangers.
Acknowledge that you're part of the problem and the solution– you alone didn't cause it and you alone can't fix it– but you're part of it.
Make connections- how did we get here? How do all of the "issues" connect to one another?
Know your way around the H.R.9 – the Climate Action Now Act and the Green New Deal.
Share your resources when you can– for the people, movements and organizations fighting for our future.
Acknowledge and listen to the peoples & movements who have always done this work.
Support the Youth !
Help us support the people and organizations changing the climate through creative thought & action.
Join our monthly Community Supported Action
supporting 12 amazing non-profit organizations.
In Education, Economy, Food, Identity, Justice, Design...
just to name a few.
We're supporting organizations working to change the climate in all ways.
We are inspired by many people, past & present.
WHO BELOW DO YOU KNOW ?
Received. Thank you!
What Are People Already Doing About it?
Indigenous Environmental Network
New Economy Coalition Buckminister Fuller Institute
Fibershed Environmental Justice Foundation
Sunrise Movement Centre for Social Innovation
Juliana v. US EPA- Environmental Performance Agency
Honor the Earth Climate Action Network
Winona's Hemp & The Anishinaabe Agricultural Institute
UPROSE Zero Hour Riverkeeper Sane Energy Project
The Center for Artistic Activism DecadesOut
Extinction Rebellion Indigenous Youth Network
Climate Resiliency Toolkit 350.org Greta Thunberg
AECB Cradle to Cradle Biomimicry Institute
Center for Popular Democracy The Land Institute
NACL NRDC Center for Urban Pedagogy
This is just a partial list. Many of these are traditional environmental organizations and many are working on bigger systems, culturally and politically.
Help us grow this list.
INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK
CSA 2020- ENVIRONMENT
Climate Strike. NYC 2019
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