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Here’s how we get to 100% clean renewable energy NOW – WATCH

Dear Friends, There’s no denying it, times are tough, on many fronts. Even if you’re a glass-half-full kind of person, you may be having moments
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Fiona struck. Now What?

Dear Friends, I know it’s been a tough few days, and for many of you here in Atlantic Canada, it will take weeks—perhaps months—to recover
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What if the wind doesn’t blow!?

Dear Friends, If you’re feeling like you didn’t get the break you were hoping for over the summer, you’re not alone. There’s been a lot
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As we wait for Fiona

There was a time when it seemed easier to rally our spirits in the face of a big storm. There’s a kind of can-do pride here, and people tend to look out for each other. I’m sure that will happen this time, too. Still, it’s different somehow.
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Cape Breton coal mine planning to reopen despite climate crisis

Atlantic Activist This morning, the Beyond Coal Atlantic team issued a press release calling for the complete shutdown of the Donkin coal mine in Cape
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What’s Energy Democracy? Join our webinar

The Beyond Coal Atlantic team warmly invites you to our upcoming webinar exploring how energy democracy empowers ordinary citizens to participate in the energy decisions that affect
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Quote by Joanna Macy

When Words Fail Us

Last Tuesday, as news broke that an eighteen-year-old with a rifle had opened fire at an elementary school in Texas, there was a collective gasp.
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Are we being too nice?

Artist: Alex Stewart Atlantic Activist It’s a sincere question—please hear me out.  Despite general agreement that climate change is real and we’re quickly running out of
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These Youth Aren’t Giving Up Hope

Atlantic Activist Please meet Meg, Marin, Addie, Maya, Melizza, Larissa, and Margaret. They’re graduating this month from Dalhousie University and are part of a growing
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The real slap in the face

In March, the Antarctic hit a record-breaking 40ºC above normal temperatures; the Arctic saw 30ºC above normal.  No, this isn’t an April Fools joke. It really isn’t.
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