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Download the WeAct App Beta!

First step Download WeAct from one of the links below.  On iPhones you will be asked to download their beta management app called, TestFlight. This will be a one time download and won’t be needed for future updates. Android Phones Apple iPhone Once WeAct is installed Locate and click

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WeAct: The Most Important Platform For Activists & Organizers

Smart messaging for purposeful conversations

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Easy Ways to Improve Your Communication

Eight practical steps to inform, persuade, and build relationships in your organization

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How To Make Better Food Choices for People and the Environment

The pros and cons you should consider before shopping at the local market, farmers market, or supermarket

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5 Reasons Why Gen Zers Are Changing Activism

The most diverse, different, and disruptive generation so far. Gen Z is changing how we interact with our world and paving the way for a better future.

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Activist Spotlight: Q&A with Extinction Rebellion's Tom Hoy

Tom Hoy is an activist with Extinction Rebellion (XR). He's organized tech workers to advocate for climate accountability from large corporations. Their online direct actions fooled Market Watch into believing that Google was finally ending their funding of climate change denial.

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Climate Policy in the Biden Era: A House Divided

Although the House remains in Democratic hands, fewer hands are doing the holding. Election losses have led to recriminations and heated discussions between moderate and progressive House Democrats which has even spilled out into activist communities.

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Climate Policy in the Biden Era: Georgia on My Mind

To control the Senate Democrats will need to win both Georgia runoff elections. To fail is to preclude at least one legislative maneuver that could rescind all of the Trump administration's final environmental laws finalized over the past two months.

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Climate Policy in the Biden Era: Déjà Vu All Over Again?

Nearly everything in today’s America has become partisan—science included. There’s hardly a question that America is a divided nation and almost evenly divided at that. But are differences of opinion the problem?

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Post-Election 2020: How We Got Here & What Happens Now

Editorial from the WeAct Team on the impact that grassroots organizations had on the election, announcement of our eight priority cause areas for 2021, and the first reveal of original artwork for this campaign.

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Climate Policy in the Biden Era: On a Personnel Note

The transition from candidate to president provides critical clues as to how he is likely to rule. Above everything else, politics is a team sport. Therefore, the first tells of a President-Elect’s hand is who he reaches out to as personal staff and those being considered for cabinet positions.

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Initial Thoughts on the Impact of the 2020 Federal Elections on National Climate Policy

Biden’s record will far exceed putting things back the way Trump found them. Populating executive agencies with accomplished leaders and managers will rebuild the needed bureaucracy to implement climate-related legislation and policies hopefully enacted beyond Biden’s presidency.

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The Current State of Brand Activism

How do we gauge when businesses are authentically committed to social, racial, and environmental justice — what happens when they miss the mark?

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Recommended Articles, Podcasts, and Resources

ClimateWhich Foods Have the Lowest Carbon Footprint? | NutritionFacts.orgHow much greenhouse gas does the production of different foods cause measured in miles driven or lightbulb hour equivalents?Michael Greger M.D. FACLMNutritionFacts.orgNew Study Shows a Vicious Circle of Climate Change Building on Thickening Layers of Warm Ocean WaterGlobal warming

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The Rise of Plastic Waste in the Pandemic Era

Single-use products are being used daily for almost a year now. How is this effecting the environment and what can we do to reduce negative impacts?

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Will the 2020 Elections Offer the Opportunity for an Environmental Do-Over?

There will never be a better time in this election cycle to contact Republicans running for Congress and get them to commit to supporting aggressive climate defense policies. Come to think of it; the same may be said for contacting Democrats.

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Prioritizing Self-Care During the 2020 Election (and Beyond)

With the weight this election holds, we've seen massive mobilization around the country. It hasn't been easy. That's why it's important to recharge so we can continue our important work!

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Activist Spotlight: Voting Rights Advocate & Climate Justice Activist Jerome Foster II

A conversation with Jerome about the importance of empowering others to tell their own stories, fostering authentic intersectionality, and his advice to other activists.