Green Jobs Button by Brooke Fischer

Design By:
Brooke Fischer Brooke Fischer grew up in Boulder, Colorado and studied at the Colorado Institute of Art, Denver. She is a fine art painter and graphic designer. Notice Designs is her graphic design company. Brooke is a passionate advocate for the environment and equal rights. She lives in Santa Monica, California.
Green New Deal
Design By:
Brooke Fischer Brooke Fischer grew up in Boulder, Colorado and studied at the Colorado Institute of Art, Denver. She is a fine art painter and graphic designer. Notice Designs is her graphic design company. Brooke is a passionate advocate for the environment and equal rights. She lives in Santa Monica, California.

These 3" buttons are classic and fun accessories for your gear and wardrobe. Printed and handcrafted in the US, these metal buttons have pin backs and are coated with scratch and UV-resistant mylar.

Proceeds Support:
Sunrise Movement
Proceeds support Sunrise Movement, a growing army of young people dedicate to making climate change an urgent priority across America, ending the corrupting influence of fossil fuel executives on our politics, and electing leaders who stand up for the health and well-being of all people. While the Green New Deal is still in its infancy, at CAN we’ve taken up the charge of helping the public understand and imagine what could be possible with this exciting new set of policies -- just as the artists of the original New Deal helped to inform and advocate for those innovative programs over 80 years ago. Learn more about the project here.

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Artist Statement

The GREEN NEW DEAL is an important proposed economic stimulus program that aims to address climate change by focusing on renewable energy resources. It is a bold piece of legislation named after Franklin D. Roosevelt’s NEW DEAL. It combines Roosevelt's economic approach with modern ideas. It is daring to take on our reliance on fossil fuels and create jobs in clean energy. The earth’s biodiversity isn’t just beautiful, it ensures human survival. If our government does not act now to take major steps towards addressing climate change we will see more extreme weather. We will see animals who rely on specific climate conditions for survival to die out and become extinct, and this will inevitably lead to our extinction. Don’t let Republicans tell you this legislation is impossible or unrealistic. This is our lives and the lives of our children at stake. — Brooke Fischer