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It’s intergenerational justice

The youth-led climate movement will not be ignored write Jay Inslee, Varshini Prakash:

Last month’s strikes felt both exhilarating and heartbreaking. It’s deeply saddening that children must fight tooth and nail to force elected leaders to care about their future. But the strikes also showcased all the progress we’ve made in just a few short years, and a glimpse of what’s possible if this movement continues gaining momentum. Insiders in Washington, DC, may not know it yet, but this young American generation’s leaders know that we face an urgent climate crisis and that addressing it is a matter of life and death. They’re acting like it—it’s time that the rest of us did too.

Climate justice is a matter of intergenerational justice.

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Dashing, just dashing

The Comms Creative blog on dashes:

  • Hyphens join words: eg. they’re word-joiners.
  • En dashes are a bit longer than hyphens. They’re the width of the letter ‘N’, and they show range: eg. 14–16 cm.
  • The em dash is the width of the letter M & used when emphasis is required — like when you’re trying to make a point.
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If you want to change minds

If you want to change minds, remember that:

Other people don’t believe what you believe, and they don’t see what you see.

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We’ll be watching you

The most powerful four minutes I’ve watched, listened to, been inspired by, this year.

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Errol, Bob and the Meltdown

Errol Morris and Bob Odenkirk combine their talents in nine short films on Global Meltdown. Made for the Institute for the Future, the films are a call to action on climate justice.

There is no time to waste. We must act now.