Okay fedipeeps, if you write (or similar) then you might want to add yourself / get me to add you to the list on the Sunbeam City Wiki I've just made. It's an effort to collect all the solarpunk out there into one place for easier reference.

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Only 15 more out of 400 signatures needed! Join the Cambridge arm of Fossil Free, and add your voice in the demand to invest in renewable energies instead of fossil fuels: campaigns.gofossilfree.org/pet

Some very interesting points made here: it's something I've found increasingly frustrating in my life.

We need to join together against the larger problems โ€” immensely wasteful and damaging companies; not focus on recycling and turning off lights.


theguardian.com/environment/tr

In two days, the global Rise for Climate rallies take place: the grassroots movement working to turn the tide on fossil fuels by "demanding local leaders commit to building a fossil free world that puts people and justice before profits". Join your local march using the link below! I'm going to be at the Cambridge, UK event so @ me if you're going! โ˜ฎโ˜€

riseforclimate.org

I'm wondering whether is attractive more because it's comforting to imagine a which is and positive, and speculate, than face reality and achieve things. How likely is it to occur in reality if people talk passionately, and post pictures of trees, but do little to create physical change? I'd say very unlikely.

I'm not trying to rain on anyone's parade, nor saying that sharing information is pointless. But there needs to be real for anything to be achieved.

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