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Tell President Obama: It’s time to move forward on climate

February 5, 2013 | 11:19 pm | , Director of Strategic Partnerships and Grassroots

In his Inaugural Address, President Obama promised to “respond to the threat of climate change.” Now, it’s our job make sure that he does. The climate crisis is real, and we need to push our leaders to reduce the carbon pollution that causes it.

That’s why I hope you’ll join us in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, February 17 for the biggest climate rally in history. On President’s Day weekend, we’re calling on President Obama and all our leaders to take bold and decisive action on climate change.

We’ll be joining groups like the Sierra Club, the Hip Hop Caucus, 350.org, and tens of thousands of people like you. And we’ll tell President Obama that it’s time to move forward on climate.

In the words of actor and environmental activist Robert Redford: “This is the beginning. The beginning of a real battle, for America’s future. Real economic security is found in clean energy. That’s our future, not dirty energy that threatens us with ever worsening harm from climate change.”

Let’s call on President Obama to lead us toward that clean energy future. RSVP today and help us make history this February 17.

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