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Sage Wylder

Sage Wylder

Director of Content & Community at WeAct ❊ Always seeking to understand more about people, the planet, and our place within it ❊

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Changemaker 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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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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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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Changemaker Spotlight: Q&A With Voting Rights & 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.

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Download the WeAct App Beta!

The all-in-one activism collaboration platform

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How Environmentalists Can Prioritize Racial Justice

Five ways your climate movement can support Black Lives Matter