What’s next after the Climate Strikes!
Make sure you’re staying up to date,
the easiest way is to get updates by signing up for email or text at various sites.
Also, be sure there is a good balance of efforts online and in person. Finding/starting local groups and so forth is important.
These are not all, but should be some of the core of the efforts.
+ What’s Next? Local campaigns and online actions listed at
+ Learn about Citizen’s Assemblies (This can apply to all places around the world)
you can also listen here to a 52 minute podcast on Citizen Assemblies
+ XR Worldwide
+ XR United Kingdom and various resources
+ XR USA
+ Stop Fossil Fuels.
Build 100% Renewables.
We are standing up to the fossil fuel industry to stop all new coal, oil and gas projects and build clean energy for all.
Join the Climate Movement:
A global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis.
Our online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions are led from the bottom up by thousands of volunteer organizers in over 188 countries.
+ Divest from fossil fuels and invest in climate solutions.
Investors of every type are committing to DivestInvest.
Educational institutions, Faith-based organizations, Health care institutions, Governments,
Individuals, Non-governmental organizations, Pension funds, Trusts and Foundations, Private companies, Family Offices
+ This was also an organizing site for the strikes, there are resources on there but I don’t know as of yet how much future actions will be listed…
+ A tremendous amount of groups, organizations and individuals have been involved and it’s growing, get involved with any you want but here’s a list just of the US Youth Climate Strike:
Keep in mind that different affinity groups throughout the action (the strikes)
each have their own demands, messages and issues.
With that said, here is their list of demands from the US Youth Climate Strike…
+ A Green New Deal
Transform our economy to 100% clean, renewable energy by 2030 and phase out all fossil fuel extraction through a just and equitable transition, creating millions of good jobs.
A halt to all leasing and permitting for fossil fuel extraction, processing and infrastructure projects immediately
+ Respect of Indigenous Land and Sovereignty
Honor the treaties protecting Indigenous lands, waters, and sovereignty by the immediate halt of all construction, leasing, and permitting for resource extraction, processing and infrastructure projects affecting or on Indigenous lands
Recognize the Rights of Nature into law to protect our sacred ecosystems and align human law with natural law to ban resource extraction in defense of our environment and people
+ Environmental Justice
A transition that invests in prosperity for communities on the frontlines of poverty and pollution
Welcoming those displaced by the cumulative effects of the climate crisis, economic inequality, violence, and lack of opportunity
+ Protection and Restoration of Biodiversity
Protection and restoration of 50% of the world’s lands and oceans including a halt to all deforestation by 2030
+ Implementation of Sustainable Agriculture
Investment in farmers and regenerative agriculture and an end to subsidies for industrial agriculture.
The above list (which I will inevitably change) offers many ways to learn, be involved and help deal with the problems, find solutions, and further, to bring into being better ways, but I am not in any way trying to imply this is THE list, I encourage you have your own list and answers but no matter what PLEASE don’t put this off to some future time. We need to act NOW on every front and in every way we can as long as it’s peaceful.
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