Politics

Mapped: A hot hot summer of climate action

The weather is heating up, and so are the protests against “dirty energy” that contributes to climate change.

Steve Rhodes

Fearless Summer is a coordinated effort by more than 50 organizations and unaffiliated individuals taking aim at everything from coal mining to fracking to the Keystone XL pipeline (natch). Launched in June, the campaign will last through September, organized by a range of grassroots efforts and larger nonprofit environmental groups ranging from the more hardcore 350 to the more traditionally uptight Sierra Club.

We’ve mapped all of this summer’s actions, past and planned, from puppet theater to kayak flotillas (!) to arrestable civil disobedience. Know of an event that’s not on this map? Tip us!