Moving Planet Cape Town, Teaser

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Moving Planet Cape Town, Teaser

On the 24th of September hundreds of citizens and green leaders came together to create a massive, jamming Low Carbon parade through the streets of Cape Town – celebrating environmental successes and calling on South Africans to move beyond fossil fuels towards a low carbon future.

Moving Planet – September 24th, 2011: A Day to Move Beyond Fossil Fuels

On the 24th September join Moving Planet a worldwide rally to demand solutions to the climate crisis. Visit to find out more.

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Pants Low, Spirits High – The Tar Sands Protests

More than 160 people have been arrested at the White House in the first three days of protests calling on President Obama to reject a proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from Canada’s tar sands to the United States. Writer Bill McKibben, a leader of the actions, says on release after two days in jail: “Our pants may be low but our spirits are high, and our determination intact.”

350 Days in the life of a retreating glacier

350 days in the life of the retreating Mendenhall glacier near Juneau, Alaska. Because the world needs to know

350 is the most important number in the world. This number is the safe line for our global climate and a start line for a global movement. Join to take action in your community, engage our world’s leaders, and build an international movement to solve the climate crisis.

Working on Climate Change

New Episode of Ecobuzz:

On the 10/10/2010 people from around joined the Global Work Party – taking action against climate change. In Observatory, Cape Town, the community worked hard to transform a disused urban space into organic vegetable gardens.

Consider Us / 350 Tribute

New Episode of Ecobuzz:

“A few committed citizens can make a difference”
 This video is a tribute to the volunteers of Consider Us +, who on the 24 October 2009, made a stand and called on the world to take action and address the global climate crisis.

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