Read articles and stories from XR Boston and the wider climate and ecological movement.

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Ecological pollution and destruction is the leading cause of the Sixth Mass Extinction. Here is a list of suggestions for cutting back on household plastics, chemicals, and waste.

Sixth Mass Exintinction Plastic Individual Actions Resources Ecological Emergency
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Members of XR Boston and other local climate groups covered the Citgo sign in Boston with a banner that read "CLIMATE JUSTICE NOW"

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Indigenous communities contribute very little to greenhouse gas emissions, but Indigenous knowledge is vital to the protection of biodiversity and the natural world

Native Lives Matter Just Transition Fourth Demand indigenous rights Article
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JPMorgan Chase continues as the #1 worst banker of fossil fuels globally

Chase Bank Closed For Good Sixth Mass Extinction Banking on Climate Change Online Action
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Nineteen percent of Earth’s land could be uninhabitable by 2070, with up to one billion climate migrants by 2050

Climate Migration Article Heat Waves Climate Crisis
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Ecological destruction, pollution, and human-induced global heating are causing increasingly extreme floods, droughts, and weather events that put our food supply in danger

Sixth Mass Extinction Ecological Emergency Article Climate Crisis Food Crisis