If you think the Covid-19 pandemic is bad, wait till you see how climate change will hit us in the near future if we do nothing now.
With more than half of the planet on lockdown, climate change protests across the globe have been canceled. In the absence of collective action convincing policymakers of the continued need to work toward a sustainable future, measures aimed at keeping carbon out of the atmosphere are being swiftly rolled back.
Addressing the inability to gather, the CLIMATE LOCKDOWN is a protest-in-place. It reframes the sheltering in place many of us are doing as a form of protest, of resistance to shortsighted environmental planning while we, as a planetary community, gain resistance to this new coronavirus.Transform pandemic anxiety into an engine for change!
The CLIMATE LOCKDOWN is a recognition that the current coronavirus crisis, like climate change, is a result of our destruction of the nonhuman world. We are a part of nature. The health of the world reflects the health of each of us.
Join in the CLIMATE LOCKDOWN online protest by posting our banner on your social media.
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