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Fire Drill Friday with Jane Fonda, Jennifer Morgan, and Collin Rees | Greenpeace USA

Following this week’s Climate Summit at the White House and the 51st celebration of Earth Day, we will discuss what the summit means both globally and domestically, how it gets us closer to ending fossil fuel subsidies, and how we can continue to demand the strongest, boldest climate solutions possible.

Tune in with Jane Fonda, Greenpeace International Executive Director Jennifer Morgan, and Oil Change International Senior Campaigner, Collin Rees.

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About our guests:
Jennifer Morgan is a leading expert on climate issues and civil society advocacy. Voted by Apolitical as one of the world’s top 20 most influential people in climate policy, Morgan is currently the Executive Director of Greenpeace International. As well as managing the organization, Jennifer is a public figure who represents Greenpeace in the media, and at moments ranging from UNFCCC meetings and the World Economic Forum, to strikes, marches and rallies around the world.

Collin Rees is a Senior Campaigner at Oil Change International working to stop Big Oil’s expansion, support grassroots resistance, and end public support for oil, gas, and coal with a just transition. He has campaigned on climate and racial justice for the last decade with groups like the Power Shift Network,, and Demand Climate Justice. Collin is a Board member of youth climate justice group SustainUS, and lives in Portland, Maine.



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