Philadelphia

Picture this: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are on their way to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Each of them is leading a delegation of thousands of elected officials, volunteers and delegates. And they’re setting the agenda for our climate and energy economy when they meet.But before they can get in the door to the convention, they have to […]
Philly right to breathe #breakfree2013

It’s begun. A massive wave of actions to keep fossil fuels in the ground and Break Free from climate change and dirty energy is sweeping the globe. Already, there have been marches in the Philippines, Coal mines protested in the U.K., anti-fossil-fuel flotillas off the shore of Australia and last weekend in Philadelphia, a massive action outside an oil refinery.I was there, […]

Consider the line drawn. Saturday was an amazing day of protest around the nation: 200 simultaneous actions from Miami to Alaska to Nebraska, including my very own Philadelphia. In so many ways it felt like a culmination, the latest act, though I am sure not the final one. At least 120 people turned out on a Saturday to the Art Museum […]

 TweetI was honored to help host anti-fracking heroes Craig Richards and Ray Kemble  from the Dimock, PA area, when they stopped in Philly on their way to Washington DC. They had come via Scranton to deliver 50,000 signatures, including more than 15,000 from Environmental Action members, calling on the EPA to come clean about fracking science. Thirty of us gathered on the […]