Barking Up The Rite Tree
FACTivism Inspired by our Reliance on Nature
Factivism for a New Era of Factivists
COP26 @COP26 starts today. Be Empowered. Get TEXACO @ValeroEnergy and @Chevron out of Irish Sports and children's art- sign this petition and be empowered to make REAL change https://t.co/0ywEFKXXgg @docallaghan4 @Dochasnetwork @IDEAIreland https://t.co/sDLeNDf58W pic.twitter.com/3ZSuHwslIo— Tom Roche - Just Forests (@Justforests) October 31, 2021
Each year trillions of dollars are funneled into climate-destroying projects – from deforestation to unsustainable agribusiness and digging up and burning fossil fuels. As world leaders make new climate commitments for decades down the road, the real culprits of the climate crisis – climate-wrecking industries and their financial backers – slip under the radar and continue to wreak havoc on our planet and natural habitats.
Make A difference
In Barking Up The Rite Tree, history, geography, science, maths and politics come together to influence our thinking and help us come up with solutions to today’s pressing environmental and human rights issues. Use it and give the thousands of students who went on school strike across Ireland in 2019 some hope that we can make a difference – that their ‘rite of passage’ to a safe, clean and abundant planet is possible.
WE NEED HELP!
WE NEED IT NOW!
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local links to global challenges
On an international platform Barking Up The Rite Tree supports TRANSFORMING OUR WORLD: The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Just Forests WOODOFLIFE Goals are a combination of the UN Global Goals (SDGs), the New York Declaration on Forests (NYDF) and our very popular Wood of Life hands-on exhibition panels. They will link very clearly to all of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which aims to create a world in which consumption and production patterns and use of all natural resources – from air to land, from rivers, to lakes and acquirers to oceans to seas – are sustainable. The SDGs are the global communities response to the most pressing and most urgent economic, social and environmental problems facing society today, from climate change to loss of biodiversity, global poverty, inequality and basic human-rights. The WOODOFLIFE Goals brings a very ‘local’ focus to a very ‘global’ problem.
SUPPORTING THE UN DECADE ON ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION 2021-2030