Climate Impacts Day “Connects the Dots” Between Extreme Weather & Climate Change

Striking images and video are beginning to stream in from over 1,000 events in more than 100 countries where people are “connecting the dots” between climate change and extreme weather. The events are part of a global effort called “Climate Impacts Day” organized by the international climate campaign 350.org.

Over then next 24 hours, our crew at 350.org is going to be working hard to compile these images and get them out to the public and press. As Bill McKibben wrote yesterday, It’s time for each of us to get involved in the full-on fight between misinformation and truth.”

2 Responses to “Climate Impacts Day “Connects the Dots” Between Extreme Weather & Climate Change”


  1. 1 mememine69 May 4th, 2012 at 6:35 pm

    Sure! Let’s all just keep condemning the VOTER’S children to the greenhouse gas ovens, like THAT should keep the neocons in power forever.
    “global warming is the greatest threat to the planet” -Earth Hour / IPCC
    “We know for a fact that there are weapons there”. – Biush White House spokesman

    Climate change was OUR war of climate WMD lies and fear mongering.

  1. 1 Connecting the Dots: Dirty Money and Politics in Montana « It’s Getting Hot In Here Trackback on May 6th, 2012 at 4:12 am
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About Jamie


Jamie is the co-coordinator of 350.org, an international global warming campaign. A recent college graduate, he lives in San Francisco, CA. In 2007, he co-organized Step It Up, a campaign that pulled together over 2,000 climate rallies across the United States to push for strong climate action at the federal level. He's also an early member of the youth climate movement, leading one of Energy Action's first campaigns in 2005: Road to Detroit, a nationwide veggie-oil bus tour to promote sustainable transportation. He's traveled to Montreal and Bali to lobby the UN with youth, but he's a strong believer that change happens in the streets not in meetings. Jamie received the Morris K. Udall award in 2007 and has been recognized by the mighty state of Vermont for his work on climate change. You can also find him blogging at Campus Progress' "Pushback," Changents.com, and 350.org.

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