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BREAKING: Coloradans protest insurers financing fossil fuels while abandoning their homes at risk from climate chaosSurvivors of Colorado floods and fires square off with insurers at the Broadmoor
Colorado Spring, CO – Coloradans wielding signs that say ‘‘Wildfires brought to you by Liberty Mutual, Travelers, and Chubb” and “Code Red Climate Emergency” protested an elite gathering of insurers at the Broadmoor hotel.
I started following Matika Wilbur’s Project 562: Changing The Way We See Native America about 7-8 years ago. Wilbur (Swinish and Tulip), a photographer and storyteller, sold all her belongings in 2012 and left Seattle, where she was living at the time, to begin her journey to “visit, engage, and photograph people from what were then the 562 federally recognized Native American Tribal Nations.”
September means that fall equinox is officially, nearly, here (on 9/23 to be exact) – it’s hard to believe! And it’s even harder to believe that it’s been nearly a year since our September Climate Hero of the Month Ruth Hund joined the ranks and began making her incredible impact!
In Ruth’s words, she has loved nature and the environment ever since she can remember.