"People are hungry for action" By Lisa Johnson • Sep 24, 2019 ShareTweetEmail Credit Jasmin Sessler/Pixabay Duluth's Climate Mobilization Campaign launches with a pull-no-punches ask: they want the city leaders to declare a climate emergency. Listen Listening... / 12:43 Tags: Northland Morning InterviewsLisa FitzpatrickClimate ChangeClimate Mobilization CampaignCity of DuluthShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Green Visions: "Why educate yourself when no one is listening to the educated?" By Lisa Johnson • Sep 18, 2019 Well, some people are listening to the educated. On Friday, all across the globe, young people (and others) will walk out of their schools and workplaces to "demand an end to the age of fossil fuels." Is the city of Duluth violating the public trust doctrine? By Lisa Johnson • Jul 16, 2019 Keep Lester Green/Facebook The city of Duluth is proposing to sell 50 acres of Lester Park Golf Course to a private developer to build 400 units of housing.