This section is under construction. For now, here are some helpful links

There's no end to the ways you can get involved. Get creative! Talk about our changing climate and the amazing things people are doing to safeguard our future. I believe that local grassroots organizations are far more effective than national, conventionally run NGOs, but we're all on the same team. Start where you're comfortable. Just be sure to research what it is you're supporting, as sometimes large 501(c)(3) organizations make compromises that you would likely disagree with.

On our Friends page, find links to plug in with the people you saw in the film.

Here’s a 3-part piece from Julia Steinberger that outlines the basics of individual and collective action on climate: An Audacious Toolkit: Actions Against Climate Breakdown

Find a campaign with 350.org

Find a Sunrise Movement hub near you

Find an Extinction Rebellion hub near you

Find a Rising Tide group near you

Find a Sierra Club chapter near you

Get involved with Greenpeace in your area

Find a DSA Chapter in your area

Some of these groups have more of an "environmentalist" bent; I know that's a dirty word for some folks. Some are socialist, too. Fear not. If these groups or their campaigns don't align with what you're looking for, their members and organizers ought to be able to point you in the right direction. Don’t forget that because climate change is affecting every aspect of our lives, you don’t need to be working within a climate-centered framework to be contributing to the project of building a livable future. Maybe women’s rights is your primary area of advocacy or interest: ask yourself and the people in your circle how you could incorporate climate initiatives into your mission. Good luck and welcome to the movement!