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Forests are one of our best resources for fighting the climate crisis. They store carbon, protect wildlife, and support gateway communities that rely on tourism and recreation. Alaska's Tongass is our nation's largest national forest - but the Trump administration wants to roll back roadless rule protections and open it to logging, road building, and extraction. The Tongass' natural beauty, climate science, and environmental justice demand that we speak up and take action. The Tongass, with its 800-year-old trees, stores more carbon acre-for-acre than even the Amazon rainforest. The lives and culture of Native communities are inextricably linked to their relationship with the Tongass, and eliminating these protections would set a dangerous precedent that would put all our forests and public lands at risk. Please join me in signing the @SierraClub’s petition to help stop the U.S. Forest Service's final rule to destroy the Tongass. See link in bio. #SierraClub #SaveTongass #Tongass
Early voting has begun in over 40 states. From @nowthispolitics: Early voting begins today in Hawaii, Utah, and Wisconsin! 🗳 You can vote now in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Early voting has already shattered records across the country. The next president, control of state legislatures, Congress, and local government is all in your hands. Voting in person as early as possible might be the safest way to ensure your vote is counted. Check with your state for specific requirements and text BALLOT to 21333 or visit Vote.org to register to #vote ASAP.
The right to vote is at the very cornerstone of our democracy. For many people, this right has been hard-fought, so it’s critical that we stand up for what we believe in. This is why I’ll be taking part in #EveryVoteCounts - A Celebration Of Democracy, a broadcast special taking place next week on Oct 29 at 9pm ET. Find out where you can watch at glblctzn.me/evc and be sure to follow @glblctzn.
Ecuador’s Constitutional Court is hearing a case on the Rights of Nature starting today, Oct. 19, and its decision could affect all of the country’s protected areas. #LosCedrosReserve in northern Ecuador is one of the most biologically diverse places in the world, home to more than 200 species facing extinction, and it’s a protected area known as a ‘bosque protector.’ Los Cedros has also been designated as a Key Biodiversity Area, meaning it’s critical to the overall health of the planet and the persistence of biodiversity. But it’s being threatened by mining. The Constitutional Court’s decision will decide if mining should be allowed in Los Cedros, or if it violates the Rights of Nature. If the Court rules in favor of the Rights of Nature, it would not only protect Los Cedros, but could provide a precedent to protect all 186 protected areas in Ecuador, totaling 6 million acres. #SaveLosCedros #JusticaLosCedros Photos: Murray Cooper, Bitty Roy
Today, on #IndigenousPeoplesDay, I am sharing a very powerful letter by TIME 100 honoree & Indigenous leader @nemonte.nenquimo. 🌿 Nemonte’s message reminds us to listen to Indigenous peoples and their solutions so we can restore a healthy planet and find balance in our relationship with nature. Her fierce commitment to saving the Amazon and building a movement to confront the industries and systems responsible for deforestation and climate change is exactly the kind of leadership the world needs right now. Read Nemonte's letter on @amazonfrontlines (see link in bio) #StopAmazonExtraction #IndigenousRights
In one of the most powerful environmental documentaries ever made, David Attenborough brings us on a poignant and inspiring journey to bear witness to our impact on our only home - revealing the stark reality that in order to solve the related biodiversity and climate crises, we must protect and restore nature. We must rewild our world. How we respond going forward will determine the fate of our living world - and of humanity. Watch this powerful documentary on Netflix now.
2020 Voter Registration Deadlines via @votesaveamerica: States with upcoming voter registration deadlines: 10/4 AK*, RI* 10/5 AR, AZ, FL, GA, HI*, IN, KY, LA, MS, OH, SC, TN, TX 10/6 IL*, NV*, NM 10/7 MO 10/9 ID*, OK, NY, NC 10/10 DE Do not wait: votesaveamerica.com/verify (*Some states allow Election Day registration)
As a result of the global campaign launched last week calling on the government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina to permanently protect the country’s last wild rivers from small hydropower projects and the local protests that followed, the Federation Prime Minister Mr. Fadil Novalic issued a public statement in support of the protests: "I personally support environmental NGOs. As a great lover of nature, I will always support conservation projects. I think clean rivers are more important to us than electricity. We are probably the only country in the region that is energy independent, we get enough energy from other sources. We must keep our rivers clean and pass them on to future generations." Bosnia and Herzegovina rivers are facing imminent destruction due to 463 small hydropower projects currently under construction or being planned. The federation needs to take swift action now—like we’ve done in the United States with the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act—to permanently protect the most biodiverse rivers remaining in Europe, a lifeline for local communities and many endangered species that the world otherwise risks losing. #BiHRunsFree #jaBiHdatecem #SaveTheBlueHeartofEurope (Photo by Sead Sasivarevic)
Facebook continues to allow the spread of disinformation, especially around mail-in voting ahead of next month’s Election. We need to follow the facts and protect our democracy. Mail-in voting is safe, secure and is not new – and during the ongoing pandemic, it’s a way of ensuring the Election can be held safely. Make your voting plan now at vote.org and ensure your voice is heard.
@AussieArk, with the support of @global_wildlife_conservation and @wild.ark, has released 26 Tasmanian Devils to the Barrington Tops in New South Wales on mainland Australia. The 400-hectare sanctuary (nearly 1,000 acres) is heavenly for the carnivorous marsupials. It’s fenced and free of invasive predators, which will allow the devils to thrive as native apex predators. The #DevilComeback is the first step in returning 7 cornerstone species back to the wild to bring balance back to Australia’s ecosystem. #RewildAustralia Learn more: devilcomeback.org @chrishemsworth @elsapatakyconfidential
Voter suppression is a very real threat. In fact, the 2016 Presidential Election was decided by just 77k votes, but according to the Election Assistance Commission, over 7 million votes were disqualified. Save My Vote 2020 is a new resource from Greg Palast that seeks to change that. You can check to see if your voter registration has been cancelled at savemyvote2020.org. Find out more by watching this video, narrated by @YvetteNicoleBrown. @gregpalastinvestigates
If you care about preventing the next pandemic, please ask your Senator to cosponsor Senate Bill S. 4749, the “Preventing Future Pandemics Act,” introduced by @corybooker and @johncornyn, so that we can reduce the risk of a pandemic like COVID happening again. Find your Senator’s contact information at senate.gov
I was honored to contribute a piece about @nemonte.nenquimo for @TIME’s 100 Most Influential People. Last year, the Amazon was better known for acres ablaze than for acres saved. But the lawsuit that Nemonte Nenquimo, president of the Waorani of Pastaza and a co-founder of the Ceibo Alliance, brought forth was a rare bright spot. The landmark ruling protects the Waorani’s ancestral home in Ecuador from immediate destruction. The ripples have brought hope to Indigenous communities everywhere, all too often facing overwhelming odds of their own. Nemonte lives her fight, and to have a conversation with her is to witness a rare clarity of purpose. I remember she once told me that she wasn’t going to give up. That she was going to keep fighting. That she would continue to defend the forest that she loves from the industries and the oil companies that would devour it. She has kept her word, and continues to be a voice and advocate for her community. Nemonte’s cause is all our cause. She inspires those she speaks with to shoulder the nearest boulder and walk alongside her as her movement continues to grow. I am lucky to have met her, and I am luckier still to have learned from her. Read more about Nemonte, and see the full 2020 #TIME100 list, at the link in my bio. Photo: @stefanruizphoto
America has never held an election like this – and we need to ensure all of our voices are heard. Join me, @SelenaGomez, and @JohnLegend for a deep dive into U.S. voting in #WhoseVoteCounts, Explained on Netflix Sep 28. Make sure you also follow @WhenWeAllVote to ensure you’re registered and have a plan to vote.
From @yaleenvironment360: The fires now raging in the western U.S. are the latest evidence of how the world has hit a climate tipping point and entered a perilous new era of megafires. From California and Oregon to Siberia and Australia, massive fires around the globe have consumed millions of acres this year and have spawned fire-generated tornados, fire-induced thunderstorms, and other phenomena rarely seen before. These fires are behaving in unprecedented ways, journalist and fire expert Ed Struzik writes in @YaleEnvironment360, and the traditional methods of fighting them are proving inadequate. “As fires grow larger and become more intense, fire management will be even more challenging,” said one scientist. “Traditional fire management and suppression may be reaching their limit in terms of effectiveness.” To read the full story, visit @YaleEnvironment360’s bio. Photo credit: Ringo Chiu/AFP via Getty Images
As @ginanrdc explains, climate change has arrived — and we must act now. 🔥 🌊 🌪 💧 We need a leader who cares about people and does everything in his power to protect them. So let’s VOTE for it! 💯 #BidenHarris2020 (Early voting has already started in some states - make sure you’re registered!)
Florida’s pay-to-vote system stops formerly convicted individuals with fines and fees from voting. All too often, formerly convicted Floridians aren’t able to vote because of court fines and fees - a barrier that could impact the outcome of the election. Follow @flrightsrestore to find out more about how we can all help change this or visit wegotthevote.org/freethevote #FreeTheVote
This. Register to vote. From @NRDC_org President Gina McCarthy: “These devastating extreme weather disasters will only get more intense and more frequent if we don’t take bold climate action now. We need leaders who understand that and have concrete plans to do so. @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris are those leaders. Vote.”
Facebook continues to recommend groups and posts that promote disinformation and glorify violence to its users. This has gone on for years and the platform has yet to take meaningful action. Enough is enough. Please join me in signing this petition to tell Facebook it’s time to #StopHateForProfit. Visit stophateforprofit.org/demand-change (link in bio and story)
I’m standing with the country’s leading civil rights organizations - including @ColorofChange, @ADL_National, and the @NAACP - who today have called on all users of Instagram and Facebook to protest the amplification of hate, racism, and the undermining of democracy on those platforms. I do use Instagram and Facebook, but I want it to be a force for good - not hate, violence, and disinformation. This should be an opportunity for Facebook to work with these organizations and the community at large to make it a better, safer platform for all. Please join me in not posting for 24 hours this Wednesday Sep 16. #StopHateforProfit #Instafreeze