There are a lot of people who are fighting to solve the climate crisis. I thought it would be good to take a moment and focus on a few. Add any additional resources to the comments. Don’t get discouraged, fight back. We are in good company.
The National Geographic Society was also defiant about the Paris Agreement decision, prominently featuring information about climate change on its home page, and releasing a statement along with National Geographic Partners that read, in part: “We are disappointed that the U.S. administration has withdrawn from the 2015 Paris Agreement, the landmark climate change accord that committed the United States and nearly all nations of the world to take actions to protect and care for our planet.”
Beyond that statement, National Geographic has also announced that it will be re-releasing its acclaimed documentary on climate change, Before the Flood, commercial-free and unauthenticated across its digital and TV Everywhere platforms from June 2-9. This includes Natgeotv.com, and Nat Geo TV apps (iOS and Android devices, Apple TV, Roku and Samsung Connected TVs).
The full movie can be seen here until June 9th: Before the Flood
Another must see movie is Carbon Nation, trailer below, movie info here
The Climate Reality Project has some great resources – their page is here.
An of course, Al Gore brings us an Inconvenient Truth and its sequel:
“Despair can be paralyzing, but this to me is the most exciting development. We are seeing a tremendous amount of positive change…” – Al Gore