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Climate Action Resources

The CLEO Institute
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The CLEO Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization exclusively dedicated to climate crisis education and advocacy. Founded in 2010, we work with communities across Florida to build climate literacy and mobilize climate action for a just, resilient future.

Extinction Rebellion
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Extinction Rebellion is a decentralised, international and politically non-partisan movement using non-violent direct action and civil disobedience to persuade governments to act justly on the Climate and Ecological Emergency.

Fridays for Future
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The goal of the movement is to put moral pressure on policymakers, to make them listen to the scientists, and then to take forceful action to limit global warming. Our movement is independent of commercial interests and political parties and knows no borders. We strike because we care for our planet and for each other. We have hope that humanity can change, avert the worst climate disasters and build a better future.

Sunrise Movement
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Sunrise Movement is an American 501 political action organization that advocates political action on climate change. A few inspiring campaigns of the Sunrise Movement include the following: Good Jobs for All, Generation on Fire, and Wide Awake. 

Youth Climate Summit
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We aim to elevate the discussion on climate change from “What is it?” to “What can we do to stop it?” with engaging speakers and workshops. Join us to learn about climate change from a global perspective.

ZERO Hour
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Zero Hour started with our founders, Jamie Margolin, Nadia Nazar, Madelaine Tew, and Zanagee Artis. Frustrated by the inaction of elected officials and the fact that youth voices were almost always ignored in the conversation around climate change and the profound impact that it would have on young people, Jamie started gathering several of her friends in the summer of 2017 to start organizing something big, something hard to ignore! Nadia Nazar, Madelaine Tew, and Zanagee Artis joined her in her efforts.

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