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Tag: Climate Change
There are millions of MoveOn members across the country, and our individual buying choices as can add up to a significant force for making America more progressive. That’s why we’re testing ways to connect our members with ethically aligned services, such as some solar energy vendors, that advance our overall mission of making the country better for everyone.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) has been giving powerful speeches about the urgent need to take action for our climate on the floor of the U.S. Senate regularly over the last three years. He just gave his 100th speech. This dedication and persistence for our climate is the kind of leadership we desperately need. Will you […]
MoveOn applauds President Obama’s bold action in adopting carbon pollution standards — an important step in a longer journey to tackle climate change.
The Polar Vortex: 3 Reasons Climate Deniers’ Claims are Full of Hot Air
Anna Galland, the executive director of MoveOn.org, appears on C-SPAN to discuss the progressive agenda and MoveOn members’ plans in 2014.
When the Texas Board of Education started working on its once-a-decade selection of science textbooks for Texas classrooms, an anti-science faction tried to force it to give equal weight to nonscientific beliefs like climate change denial and the idea that humans and dinosaurs coexisted. Kathy Miller and the Texas Freedom Network stepped up, creating a MoveOn Petition that asked the Board of Education to stand up for science.
This afternoon, in a speech at Georgetown University, President Obama laid out sweeping plans to make combating climate change a priority during his second term.
Climate change deniers were fighting against the implementation of Next Generation Science Standards, which would include facts about climate change in Kansas and Kentucky public school curriculums. So parents, Sheila Anderson and Dennis Newell created MoveOn Petitions asking the Board of Education in each state to pass the new standards.
Wondering who to believe about global warming?