Earth Day Mobilisation

22-29 April 2017

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Latest Updates

➤ The Google Drive has lots of Earth Day materials - posters, banners, logos, social media sharegraphics and stories.

➤ Join the Earth Day Tumblr Campaign!

➤ Check out the new Earth Day Mobilisation Video and share it widely.

➤ Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with all the action.

"Tested, cost-effective and practical: Securing the land rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities is a key solution to climate change". Read the new policy brief: English | French | Spanish | Portuguese

➤ Land Rights Now participants are planning more than 40 mobilisation actions in 25 countries. See the Map of Action for details and tell us about your event ( so we can add it to the map!

➤ The Earth Day Mobilisation Guide has ideas for actions you can take.

➤ Organise a film screening for Earth Day! Click here for more details.

This 22 April our growing Land Rights Now movement will come together to show that secure land rights are central to fighting climate change.

Together we can push national governments, investors, and companies to recognize that securing land rights is essential for delivering on the promises of the Paris Agreement and keeping global warming under 1.5 degrees. At this time of grave political, economic, and social turmoil, we can promote secure land rights for millions of Indigenous Peoples and local communities as a key solution to build a more fair and inclusive world.

Launching on 22 April for one week we will mobilize and link with other movements and initiatives including the March for Science, the 10-year anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and the People’s Climate March on 29 April.

Get involved!

➤ Join the Land Rights Now Mobilisation Actions Team to share creative ideas and strategies for action. Send us an e-mail at

➤ See the Mobilisation Guide for ideas and suggestions for actions you can take

➤ Plan your own event and share details with us, so we can highlight it on the Map of Action and social media

➤ Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with all the action

Find some facts on how secure Indigenous and Community Land Rights contribute to fighting climate change here