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A subreddit dedicated to Environmental Action - petitions, fundraisers, events and other actions related to education about and protection of the environment.


This is a subreddit dedicated to actions people can take or are taking to preserve the environment - petitions, fundraisers, events, infographics, images and videos of events are welcome. Emphasis should be on actions users can take or images they can share elsewhere.

Environmental news and information should still be posted to our Mothership, /r/Environment.



Follow these posting guidelines or you risk having your submission removed.

  • Provide essential information in the title. Make it easy for readers to determine if they want to click on your submission.

  • Where is it happening? If the event, protest, meeting, petition or fundraiser is for something localized, put the city and/or state involved at the beginning of your title.

  • Provide any essential date in the title Meeting dates and time, Petition deadlines, etc..

  • For videos and images be sure your title tells us what it is about and how it relates to the environment.

  • Add the flair After you have saved your submission, be sure to add the appropriate link flair to the title. You do have to save first, then look for the flair link under your title.


  • [EVENT Flair][San Diego, CA] Tues. March 12, 2012 Meeting of the local Sierra Club Group. Details inside.

  • [PETITION Flair][Denver, Colorado] Petition to Denver City Council Requesting Monitoring of XXX Plant Emissions - Deadline March 31, 2013


  • All submissions must relate to enhancing protection of the environment or education about environmental issues. Infographics are OK, general photos of some beautiful site are not.

  • Follow all Reddit rules.

  • Do not reveal any personal information. If people need to RSVP or need to contact you for some reason, create a throwaway email address or something else not tied to you in real life that can be used. Be careful.

  • No Link submissions from Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter or other social network sites. No memes. No URL shorteners.

  • Don't use "Breaking" in your title or ask for votes.

  • No NSFW submissions or comments. No offensive usernames.

  • Comments must be on topic and not a meme or joke.

  • Be nice to each other. Keep your comments civil. Discuss issues and not the person. Attacking other users and/or using hateful language will get you banned.

  • Please review the Reddit guidelines regarding SPAM and the wiki on self-promotion on reddit. We enforce those guidelines here.

  • We reserve the right to remove posts, remove comments, and ban users at our own discretion.

  • Bots and novelty accounts will be banned.

  • If you feel your submission was mistakenly caught by the spam filter or removed, message the moderators. Please include a permalink to your submission in the body of your message.

  • Please use the report button to inform the moderators about inappropriate submissions or comments.

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Storms are intensifying planet-wide.

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Regenerative Agriculture - Wildlife vs. Livestock

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March To End Fossil Fuels

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Best resources to explain the current triple planetary crisis

I work in the sustainability sector but often find it hard to provide relatively simple-to-understand resources that explain the current triple planetary crisis and how they are interconnected.

For example, last night a friend who is slightly on the conspiracy fringe was saying how he is well onto biodiversity preservation but doesn't really see how carbon emissions are that bad.

It took me a good 20mn to explain the basics on emissions, global warming effect, and how these impact and are impacted by biodiversity loss and pollution. And I barely scratched the surface.

The hardest part for many people to understand seems to be this interconnectedness, it's not JUST carbon, nor is it JUST pollution, but all these different elements influencing each other making the issue exponential.

I'm curious if you have any go-to graphs, infographics, or resources that help communicate this?

One example find really well done and makes good use of infographics is this page by french newspaper LeMonde (although it does focus mainly on emissions).

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Smart Ceo's will say protecting the Planet; even if there is no profit made for a year or two is not bad. Since profits won't protect many lives when we see floods, wildfires, catastrophic weather events and environmental degradation. We all need to plan with environmental protection in mind.

We will recycle, repair, protect ecosystems, protect our biodiversity, our water, soil and air. Our environment protects us in many ways and gives us the opportunity to live a healthy life.

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