There’s no excuse for giving oil companies billions of dollars a year to pollute our climate. Make your voice heard and join the Twitter storm today.
Today, in Washington D.C. and Chicago, dozens of people just like you and me are standing up in front of the Environmental Protection Agency to voice their support for this rule. But they’re not alone. Supporters across the country are speaking out in favor of limiting carbon pollution from future power plants.
You and I both know that climate change is real. And here in the United States, our leaders are finally [...]
This is a guest post by Alec Loorz, a Climate Presenter who is 17 years old and is taking the U.S. government to court for failing to protect our atmosphere from carbon pollution. At a hearing this Friday, May 11, a judge will decide whether the lawsuit can continue.
We can win the race to educate and empower citizens all over the world to act before extreme weather events become the norm. This Saturday, I hope all of you will stand up for the reality of climate change and help make Climate Impacts Day a success.
The climate movement is about to take a giant step forward: The EPA has proposed the first national standard to limit carbon pollution. This is exciting: And we have a petition for you to show your support.
Climate change is happening now, and it’s up to all of us to connect the dots between the climate crisis and the extreme weather we’ve seen around the world. So we’re thrilled that in just a few days, our friends at 350.org are hosting Climate Impacts Day in order to share the message that climate change truly does affect us all.
For the next 24 hours, The Climate Reality Project is joining with 350.org, MoveOn, League of Conservation Voters, Patagonia, Sierra Club, Energy Action Coalition and others to garner 500,000 signatures in a community-wide effort against the Keystone XL pipeline.
Our friends at 350.org, the League of Conservation Voters, and Citizen Engagement Lab just launched Forecast the Facts to hold meteorologists accountable on climate change.
Still trying to find that perfect gift for the impossible-to-shop-for relative/friend/mailman in your life, but nothing seems right? I always tell myself that I’ll buy more “green” gifts every year, but no matter how environmentally responsible, it’s still “stuff.”