Anthropocene Alliance

The nation’s largest coalition of frontline communities
fighting for climate and environmental justice

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“We are working people, we can’t afford to be flooded over and over.”

Terri Straka, Rosewood Strong, South Carolina.

“We are working people, we can’t afford to be flooded over and over.”

Terri Straka, Rosewood Strong, South Carolina.
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“We’ll have catastrophic flooding here if they don’t do something about it now”.

LEAD Agency, Miami, Oklahoma

“A lot of the houses are abandoned now. People are still without electricity.”

Hilton Kelley, Community In-Power and Development Inc, brings food and water to residents in Orange, TX, after Hurricane Laura hit the city.

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“A lot of the houses are abandoned now. People are still without electricity.”

Hilton Kelley, Community In-Power and Development Inc, brings food and water to residents in Orange, TX, after Hurricane Laura hit the city.

Photo top: Jim Anders, Earthrise, NASA, 1968. Learn more about this iconic photograph.

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