iOS app Android app

May Boeve
May Boeve is the Executive Director of, an international climate change campaign.'s creative communications, organizing, and mass mobilizations strive to generate the sense of urgency required to tackle the climate crisis. Previously, May co­-founded and helped lead the Step It Up 2007 campaign, and prior to that was active in the campus climate movement while a student at Middlebury College. May is the co­author of Fight Global Warming Now. She lives in Brooklyn.

Entries by May Boeve

The Time for Feeling Powerless in the Face of Climate Chaos Is Over

(26) Comments | Posted August 17, 2015 | 9:04 PM

2015 is on track to be the hottest year in recorded history, and this December hundreds of world governments will meet in Paris to try to strike a global climate agreement. It will be the biggest gathering of its kind since 2009, and it's potentially a big deal for our...

Read Post

No Deal Can Make up For Keystone XL

(17) Comments | Posted February 27, 2015 | 9:04 AM

Three days ago, President Obama pulled out his veto pen to derail the latest attempt by Big Oil's members of Congress to force approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. Since then, there's been a lot of chatter among pundits about what the veto means for the environmental movement, what it...

Read Post

It's time to rock a movement. Seriously, today, right now -- Here's a sign-up form.

(1) Comments | Posted August 10, 2010 | 4:20 PM

When we first started thinking about forming an international climate campaign, we thought the biggest challenge would be language. With everyone on the planet insisting on speaking different languages, how could a unifying message link our efforts...

Read Post

Two Sides of the Same Planet

(4) Comments | Posted July 19, 2010 | 3:15 PM

Any moment now, Harry Reid will unveil climate and energy legislation for the Senate to begin debating as soon as July 26. Dealing with climate change is already a race against time: Just last...

Read Post

A Day of Action on Clean Energy

(19) Comments | Posted June 8, 2010 | 10:39 AM

Fifty days have passed since the Deepwater Horizon Rig first exploded, and oil continues to seep into the Gulf of Mexico, with no viable plan to cap it in sight. Efforts on behalf of BP to restrict access to images of the spill have not borne fruit, and t

Read Post