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Putin’s aggression is the last call to end to the dominance of oil majors on the rapidly heating planet
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by Svitlana Romanko and Jason Kirkpatrick



We are looking for an Administrative Assistant
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Razom We Stand, (formerly #StandWithUkraine campaign) seeks an Administrative Assistant to strengthen the team. Our goal is to support and help the team to reach out to campaign activities.  

We are hiring: Digital Organizer (English)
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Razom We Stand, (formerly #StandWithUkraine campaign) seeks a Digital Organizer to increase the campaign’s exposure to the press, expand its social media presence, and overall reach of the campaign activities. 

Ukrainian Lawyer and NGO Director Svitlana Romanko Honored With Rose Braz Award for Bold Activism
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The Center for Biological Diversity today awarded the 2022 “Rose Braz Award for Bold Activism” to Svitlana Romanko, Director of Ukrainian based organization Razom We Stand, and a grassroots climate campaigner. 

Open letter on the urgency of enforcement of energy sanctions against Russia
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Letter to European Council, Ministers of foreign affairs of EU member states, Members of European Parliament.


Our pressure on the energy giants is paying off!
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French fossil fuel major Total Energies has announced cutting ties with Russian gas company Novatek. In its announcement on 9 December the company stated that it would take a $3.7 billion write-off on its stake in Russian group Novatek and withdraw its two members from the company's board.


Where is the best place to solve the climate crisis?
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Whether you live in Sweden, Ukraine, or anywhere else, the answer is always to start wherever you are, right now!


Emma Wallin Hellsten, Co-founder and Head of analysis at Klimatsekretariatet

Svitlana Romanko, Founder and Director of Razom We Stand

Jonas Bane, Member of the climate activist group at the Swedish Climate Parliament (Klimatriksdagen)


The price cap for Russian oil should gradually reach $30 per barrel
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Why is the gradual decrease of the price cap to $30 per barrel of Russian oil justified?


COP27 addressed the symptoms but not the cause of the climate crisis: Fossil fuels
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COP27 Global Gas and Oil Network Media Release

The failure to call for an equitable phase out of all fossil fuels at COP27 will mean more loss and damage in the world. A growing number of countries across all negotiating blocs called for a phase out of fossil fuels, while other countries blocked progress. Loss and damage and renewables gained momentum. The energy transition is underway, and the fossil fuel industry is on its way out. 


Climate action comes with a fight: how we confronted fossil fuel industry and Russia at COP27
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Razom We Stand made major advances towards our goals during COP27 in Sharm-El-Sheikh, with a number of high-impact events as payoff for effective team work. We are immensely grateful to partners, movements, networks and activists who supported our work at COP27.


Day of action at COP27: round up of 12 November
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Saturday was a day packed with actions for our team on the ground at COP27 today. A demonstration against fossil fuel financed war in Ukraine was set to be a highlight, but before that our Director Svitlana Romanko happened to meet Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman and CEO of TotalEnergies, which was accused of complicity in Russian war crimes in Ukraine last month. 


Why the Marshall Plan for Ukraine should be green - United4Ukraine statement
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70 members of the United for Ukraine inter-parliamentary network signed a joint statement: "A sustainable future for Ukraine - the new Marshall Plan". Among them are members of Ukraine's Parliament, MEPs and former leaders of European countries, experts and scientists.