We can’t center only U.S.-frontline communities at the expense of other communities around the world in line with the genocidal logics of environmental racism that drives displacement and migration. Just like fossil fuels, our consumption of “green” technologies negatively impacts communities of concern down the supply chain domestically and abroad. Imperialism disconnects marginalized communities across geographies who bear the burden of environmental destruction and labor exploitation in order to produce and consume these goods and resources. Instead, we need to center transterritorial Indigenous, Black, colonized, and impoverished communities in our movement for climate justice. Protecting earth requires global accountability and resistance to the green-washing of imperialism. Selective protection means collective oppression.