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Laurie David

Laurie DavidLaurie David has produced numerous projects that have brought the issue of global warming into mainstream popular culture, including the Academy Award-winning documentary film, An Inconvenient Truth. She is the author of the bestselling book Stop Global Warming: The Solution is You! and co-author of The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming. Laurie executive produced 2005’s Earth to America!, a TBS primetime comedy special, the 2006 HBO documentary, Too Hot Not to Handle. Laurie co-headlined the Stop Global Warming College Tour with Sheryl Crow. During the two-week tour Laurie and Sheryl visited college campuses in the South and Southeast on a biodiesel tour bus to raise awareness about global warming.

As a trustee of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Laurie has received a U.S. EPA Climate Protection Award, the Feminist Majority’s Eleanor Roosevelt Award, Audubon Society’s Rachel Carson Award and NRDC’s Forces for Nature award for her tireless work to stop global warming.

Her newest book The Family Dinner: Great Ways to Connect with Your Kids, One Meal at a Time is an inspirational, practical and green guide to the most important hour in a family’s day, dinnertime.

A "trash tsunami" has washed ashore on the beaches of Honduras, endangering both wildlife and the local economy.

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Long-finned pilot whales are seen during a 1998 stranding in Marion Bay in Tasmania, Australia. Auscape / Universal Images Group / Getty Images

More long-finned pilot whales were found stranded today on beaches in Tasmania, Australia. About 500 whales have become stranded, including at least 380 that have died, the AP reported. It is the largest mass stranding in Australia's recorded history.

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A protest in solidarity with the Wetʼsuwetʼen's anti-pipeline struggle, at Canada House in Trafalgar Square on March 1, 2020 in London, England. More than 200 environmental groups had their Facebook accounts suspended days before an online solidarity protest. Ollie Millington / Getty Images

Facebook suspended more than 200 accounts belonging to environmental and Indigenous groups Saturday, casting doubt on the company's stated commitments to addressing the climate crisis.

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The Västra Hamnen neighborhood in Malmö, Sweden, runs on renewable energy. Tomas Ottosson / Wikimedia Commons / CC by 3.0

By Harry Kretchmer

By 2030, almost a third of all the energy consumed in the European Union must come from renewable sources, according to binding targets agreed in 2018. Sweden is helping lead the way.

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An Extinction Rebellion protester outside the Bank of England on Oct. 14, 2019 in London, England. John Keeble / Getty Images

By Jessica Corbett

In another win for climate campaigners, leaders of 12 major cities around the world — collectively home to about 36 million people — committed Tuesday to divesting from fossil fuel companies and investing in a green, just recovery from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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