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Anders Bekeken

International Day of Climate Action 2011: Moving Planet

Geschreven op 9-8-2009 - Erik van Erne. Geplaatst in Agenda, Klimaat Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

The New 350 org18 april 2011: Zo, de datum voor de grote internationale klimaatactie dit jaar is weer bekend.

Op zaterdag 24 oktober 2011 komt de wereld weer in actie om aadacht te vragen voor de klimaatproblemen en de grens van 350 ppm CO2 in de atmosfeer.

Het motto dit jaar is Moving Planet. Zie ook: Bill McKibben at Power Shift 2011: Building A Global Movement To Solve The Climate Crisis

international-day-of-climate-action.bmp9 augustus 2009: Op 24 oktober 2009 wordt er wereldwijd actie gevoerd om de aandacht te vestigen op de enorme klimaatproblemen en met name de uitdaging om tijdens de grote klimaattop in Kopenhagen, later dit jaar, tot echte drastische maatregelen te komen en daar ook bindende afspraken over te maken.

Kijk hier voor de grote actie van 2010: International Day of Climate Action 2010: Get to Work 10-10-10 – Climate Art: Slideshow 350 eARTh A Movement Visible from Outer Space

Uiteraard zijn ook wij een climate action gestart en daar kunt u weer aan meehelpen door dit bericht verder verspreiden. U kunt natuurlijk ook zelf een actie starten op de website Zie ook: International Day of Climate Action TweetCall en International Day of Climate Action 2009: Nederlandse site online

We shall start a wave of articles, messages, feeds, tweets and so on to support this global action and to ask people to join.

Furthermore we are trying to connect all actions. The Design Squad for Milieunet is an initiative of Milieunet Foundation, Utrecht the Netherlands, to create awareness on climate change and other environmental issues by graphic design. The team members are students of the Graphic School Utrecht and some other graphic and design (high)schools. The Design Squad started September 1st 2009 with the first projects.

So far they realised some artwork on the United Nations Seal te Deal Campaign and Other Climate Change Action projects will be Earth Hour 2010 , the Dutch campaign Beat the Heat. In the next periode new artwork will be made to support Milieunet’s Communication Waves for

Feel free to use all artwork (commen license) to support

Follow me on Twitter @Milieunet and just spread the messages around. Choose what you like to retweet, post, bookmark and so on.

We are also supporting Seal the Deal, Tck Tck Tck, You Turn the Earth and many others.

Event Website:

The third Communication Wave we did for

Last tweet of our Communication Wave: Pl Join, be active International Day of Climate Action October 24th #350

Dear friends, We have a number to share –not 350 this time, but 100 – Please help, please RT, Highly appreciated #350 – 90-Second Animation For Global Day of Action #350

EU: YOU control climate change #350

Global Warming Narrated by Leonardo Dicaprio #350

Greenpeace – Sunshine #350

Global Climate Week 21-25 September 2009 #350

EU: Energy let’s save it #350

Movie US Now: The power of mass collaboration, government and the internet #350

Think different, Act Different #350

Renewable Energy From the Deep Ocean #350

Mission Green Earth: Stand Up Take Action #350

De Whuffie Factor by Tara Hunt #350

The Bill – short film – Germanwatch #350

Positive Planet : Friends of the Earth #350

WWF Canada Save Our Climate #350

Trailer: The Burning Season #350

The Bottom Line by Sigourney Weaver #350

Ghana: Digital Dumping Ground #350

TCK TCK TCK – It’s Time to Act on Climate Change #350

Climate Justice Fast! #350

Support 350- GLOBAL WARMING ACTION, add a #twibbon to your avatar now! – #350

Timelapse video Los Angeles Wildfire #350

Trailer Crude: The Real Price of Oil #350

Jet Li and Tony Blair launch 1000 village plan to tackle climate change #350

Climate Camp: Edelman the Naked Truth on E.ON’s Greenwash #350

United Nations Seal the Deal: partnership stichting Milieunet #350

THE SHIFT Movie Trailer #350

Temperatuur Noordpoolgebied schiet Omhoog #350

Mother Nature is crying as glacier melts into the sea #350

Trailer: The Fuel Film #350

Trailer: DIRT! The Movie #350

A Climate in Crisis #350

Trailer: The Age of Stupid #350

The movie HOME #350

Typhoon Morakot (Awfull PICS) by The Big Picture: #350

350 Art Gallery: #350

Friends of the Earth: Act Now #350

Al Gore Testifies in US Congress about 350ppm CO2 #350

Al Gore: 15 ways to avert a climate crisis: [ 24/10/2009; 11:00; ] #350

EU: Make love, not CO2!: #350

One Planet, One Chance Photo essay by Magnum Photographers #350

International Day of Climate Action 2009: [ 24/10/2009 ] #350

Quotes on Climate Change by The Dalai Lama and others #350

Questo è un invito per aderire ad un movimento. Per usare una giornata per cambiare il mondo. #350

Ceci est une invitation à rejoindre un mouvement. À consacrer une journée à changer le monde. #350

Este é um convite para aderir a um movimento. #350

Dies ist eine Einladung, Dich einer Bewegung anzuschließen. Einen Tag zu nutzen, um die Welt zu verändern. #350

IPCC Chairman Personally Backs 350ppm CO2 Targets #350

UN scientist backs ‘350? target for CO2 reduction #350

CO2-concentratie bereikt nieuw record #350

Wat is er toch met 350 aan de hand ? #350

International Day of Climate Action 2009: Nederlandse site online #350

Indian Youth Climate Network and Save the Tiger #350

Proudly supporting and our climate action #350

9 Reacties

  1. Erik van Erne zegt:

    9 augustus 2009 om 20:54 | Permalink

  2. Bill McKibben zegt:

    5 september 2009 om 14:18 | Permalink

    Dear friends,

    We have a number to share with you–not 350 this time, but 100.

    At 8:43pm last night, when Madagascar showed up on our registered actions list, we passed the three-digit mark for countries where there will be events taking place on the 24th of October–the International Day of Climate Action. That’s really quite amazing–with 100 countries and counting, this may end up being the most widespread day of climate activism the planet has ever seen.

    That number matters–if the world is going to sign onto an ambitious global climate deal in Copenhagen this December, we need to be putting pressure on every part of the world. And that pressure needs to come from every part of the world–Madagascar included.

    In particular, we’re overjoyed at the participation by people in countries from the global south, the places that are already feeling the harmful effects of climate change. It’s incredibly important that countries like the US know that the rest of the world perceives this as a top issue for the planet, its first truly global challenge.

    And so, we now need your help spreading the word even farther, to push on from 100 countries. Below you’ll find a list of the countries where as of yet there is no action registered. Do you know someone in any of these countries? Does your church or synagogue or mosque or temple have contacts there? What about your professional society? University alumni group? Would you be willing to send an email like this to them, explaining 350 and asking them to join in by organizing some event, large or small, for the 24th of October?

    Countries With No Actions…Yet. Do you know anyone who lives in any of the countries listed below? Please let us now:


    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Czech Republic
    Moldova, Republic of
    San Marino
    Vatican City State

    Latin America

    El Salvador

    Antigua and Barbuda
    French Guiana
    Netherlands Antilles
    Saint Barthelemy
    Saint Kitts and Nevis
    Saint Lucia
    Saint Martin
    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
    Turks and Caicos Islands
    Virgin Islands, British
    Virgin Islands, U.S.


    Burkina Faso
    Cape Verde
    Cote D’Ivoire
    Equatorial Guinea
    Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
    Sao Tome And Principe
    Sierra Leone
    Western Sahara

    South Asia


    Middle East

    Saudi Arabia

    East Asia

    Lao People’s Democratic Republic

    Oceania and the Polar Regions

    Bouvet Island
    British Indian Overseas Territory
    Christmas Island
    Cocos (Keeling) Islands
    Cook Islands
    Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
    Faroe Islands
    French Polynesia
    French Southern Territories
    Heard Island and Mcdonald Islands
    Marshall Islands
    Micronesia, Federated States of
    New Caledonia
    Norfolk Island
    Northern Mariana Islands
    Saint Helena
    Saint Pierre and Miquelon
    Solomon Islands
    South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

  3. Erik van Erne zegt:

    15 oktober 2009 om 05:35 | Permalink

  4. Erik van Erne zegt:

    20 oktober 2009 om 11:26 | Permalink

    October 24 Global Day of Climate Action, just a few days to go:

  5. Erik van Erne zegt:

    23 oktober 2009 om 08:31 | Permalink

  6. Erik van Erne zegt:

    29 oktober 2009 om 06:03 | Permalink

    The 350 Movement: October 24, 2009 – The Day the World Came Together

  7. Erik van Erne zegt:

    3 november 2009 om 05:36 | Permalink

  8. Erik van Erne zegt:

    20 november 2009 om 07:32 | Permalink

  9. Erik van Erne zegt:

    28 augustus 2010 om 19:21 | Permalink

    What does the number 350 mean?

    350 is the most important number in the world—it’s what scientists say is the safe upper limit for carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Two years ago, after leading climatologists observed rapid ice melt in the Arctic and other frightening signs of climate change, they issued a series of studies showing that the planet faced both human and natural disaster if atmospheric concentrations of CO2 remained above 350 parts per million.

    Everyone from Al Gore to the U.N.’s top climate scientist has now embraced this goal as necessary for stabilizing the planet and preventing complete disaster. Now the trick is getting our leaders to pay attention and craft policies that will put the world on track to get to 350.
    Is 350 scientifically possible?

    Right now, mostly because we’ve burned so much fossil fuel, the atmospheric concentration of CO2 is 390 ppm—that’s way too high, and it’s why ice is melting, drought is spreading, forests are dying. To bring that number down, the first task is to stop putting more carbon into the atmosphere. That means a very fast transition to sun and wind and other renewable forms of power. If we can stop pouring more carbon into the atmosphere, then forests and oceans will slowly suck some of it out of the air and return us to safe levels.
    Is 350 politically possible?

    It’s very hard. It means switching off fossil fuel much more quickly than governments and corporations have been planning. But we can change that–if we mobilize the world to swift and bold climate action, and shift the world to a clean energy future.

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