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Currently — November 10th, 2021

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Moms #BuildBackBetter Now!
A first-of-its-kind study uses a new high-resolution climate model to highlight local climate-fueled extreme weather risks decades in advance -- and the results aren't good. #COP26
#COP26Glasgow

https://t.co/c0KF2KS5Ox
A new study uses a high-resolution climate model to predict more extreme weather events in the future. They are able to analyze future rainfall events— and the results are nerve-racking. The UK Met Office used its 2.2 km resolution UK Climate Projection model to show that extreme rainfall will be more severe due to climate change than scientists previously thought.
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Resist Line 3
The #StopLine3 movement is featured in Insider this month.

"'This was certainly a gun to the head of the Anishinaabe,' @WinonaLaduke said."

Full story: https://t.co/Clz4v5okGR https://t.co/tjwbafdlDA
Indigenous activists’ voices have been silenced in the fight against the construction of the Line 3 pipeline. Tribal communities will be some of the most affected when there are inevitable spills and further harm to the climate because of the pipeline. 
Already, tribal nations are suing Enbridge, the Canadian company that owns Line 3, for violations of the ​​Clean Water Act after a rupture of the pipeline into an aquifer. 
November is National American Indian Heritage Month, one way to celebrate is to learn how you can help support Indigenous leaders in the fight against Line 3. Read more about the ongoing protests here.
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