The leaders of a small county in northwest Washington State are taking bold action in 2019 to restrict growth of dirty fossil fuel projects in their community while safeguarding industry workers, the climate, and the economy — a move that could be mirrored by local governments across the U.S. under siege from fossil fuel expansion proposals in an era of dire climate change threats.
Whatcom County, WA proposes groundbreaking policies to protect community by limiting growth of fossil fuel projects Blog Post
Thursday January 3, 2019
Friday December 7, 2018
Fridays with the Filthy Fashionista will bring you the latest in sustainable fashion news, sector trends addressing climate change and voices from fashion change makers around the globe. For this first episode we’re going to introduce you to the world of sustainable fashion and the Too Dirty to Wear campaign we launched almost two years ago with Stand.earth.
Saturday October 13, 2018
Speaking at the Alberta Teachers' Association Conference, environmental advocate and Stand.earth deputy director Tzeporah Berman called out elected leaders and the oil industry for preventing a meaningful conversation on climate change at a time when Canada cannot meet its climate targets by allowing the continued expansion of oil sands. Watch the video and read the full script here.