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Green Amendments ~ Rights of Nature ~ Youth Climate Litigation ~ Green New Deal Green Amendments For The Generations is a unique environmental movement, but some wonder if it is another form of the Rights of Nature movement, confuse it with the Congressionally discussed Green New Deal or ask how it compares to state and

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Green Amendment Headlines The Green Amendment Movement is catching the attention of the press! E&E News: Environmental Rights Push Could Boost Youth Climate Cases (National) National Journal: Anti-fracking Activists Eye State Constitutions (National) NM Political Report: Green Amendment Proposal Passes First Committee (New Mexico) Las Cruces Sun News: Right to Clean Air, Water and Land:

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The race to become the first state with a modern Green Amendment is on! “After 5 years of spreading the Green Amendment message and the power of constitutional environmental rights for advancing environmental protection, climate justice, generational justice and environmental justice, it is so exciting to have inspired 11 states with Green Amendment proposals and

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In Case You Missed It: Township Board of Commissioners Seeks to Save an Old Growth Forest Using the Power of PA’s Green Amendment For decades the crowded communities of Delaware County, PA have enjoyed the forest and hiking trails that pass through Don Guanella Woods in Marple Township, PA.  This 178-acre forest – a unique,

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Statement from Maya K. van Rossum, Founder & Author Green Amendments For The Generations It was shocking to watch the insurrection unfold at the U.S. Capitol yesterday. Fascists and white supremacists came to our Capitol with weapons, bombs, and a goal of intimidation and harm in an effort to overthrow the democratic election of the

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Reflections From Our Founder: Green Amendments, Rights of Nature, Youth Climate Litigation & the Green New Deal Different Concepts With Different Impacts Green Amendments For The Generations is unique, but some wonder if it is another form of the Rights of Nature movement, ask how it compares to Youth-led Climate Litigation, or confuse it with

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Final Days & FinalStraw (Missed Parts 1 & 2? Catch up before reading Reflection 3: click here for Reflection 1 and click here for Reflection 2.) It is with mixed emotions that I rounded the corner for the last leg of my journey. Sunday brought another day of work back at the Airbnb my husband

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Communities Rising Up to Demand Environmental Justice & Protection Using Art, Advocacy, Inspiration, Generational Connection & Dedication. From the desk of Maya van Rossum My journey to film Part III of Here’s The Story: the Green Amendment, focused on New Mexico, has been nothing short of amazing.  As powerful as my trip started off (you

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Reflections From Our Founder: What Does the Presidential Election Mean for Our Green Amendment Movement? After all the votes are counted, regardless of who is elected President, the 2020 election has left tremendous power in the hands of a Congress (House & Senate) that overwhelmingly refuses to prioritize environmental protection, and that in significant part,

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Green Amendments For The Generations is proud to announce our partnership with Art4erth! Founded by Brian van Korn and Renard Cohen, Art4erth is a platform for artists and nonprofits to come and work together to tackle climate change and save the earth. This winter, Green Amendments and Art4erth are planning a special project, so stay

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