Keep Fossil Fuels In The Ground
We all deserve clean air and a healthy life.
A healthier future starts with keeping fossil fuels in the ground and beginning an equitable transition to a renewable energy economy. The fight for true climate justice is just getting started—and there’s no time to lose. It’s our collective responsibility to do better for this and future generations. And we can.
Seventh Generation Supports the THRIVE Agenda
As part of Seventh Generation’s ongoing mission to create a healthier, more equitable future for generations to come, we’re proud to support The THRIVE Agenda. An ambitious, multi-year initiative, The THRIVE Agenda calls for a coordinated effort to build a new economy that acknowledges and acts to address the “inequality and racism the COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare.Read More | 4 Min. Read
What is Line 3
Line 3 is a proposed $7.5 billion pipeline expansion to bring nearly a million barrels of tar sands oil every day from Alberta, Canada to Superior, Wisconsin.Read More | 4 Min. Read
Why Climate Progress & Racial Justice Are So Deeply Connected
For the past several years, we have increasingly used our voice to advocate for Climate Justice & Equity because the global climate crisis is having devastating impacts on our world right now.Read More | 8 Min. Read
COP26 Takeaways + Fossil Fuel Projects Biden Can Stop Now
The United States needs to act on climate change right now. That means stopping fossil fuel projects such as pipelines and gas terminals.Read More | 4 Min. Read
Rahwa Ghirmatzion is Fighting For Climate, For Community & For New York
At Seventh Generation, we’re on a mission to create a healthier, more equitable future for the next seven generations. But we know that we can’t do it alone. It’s only through consumer action, and through partnership with dedicated activists like Rahwa Ghirmatzion.Read More | 4 Min. Read
The Fossil Fuel Resistance is Coming to D.C.
Seventh Generation stands with climate activists on the frontlines who are demanding real climate leadership at the highest levels—starting with President Biden.Read More | 3 Min. Read