“I truly believe that just about every person in the world already has the values they need to care about a changing climate. They just haven’t connected the dots.”
Scientist & Evangelical Christian Katharine Hayhoe, 2018 TED Talk
Studies have shown that, once 3.5 percent of a population becomes sustainably committed to nonviolent mass movements for political change, they are invariably successful. That would translate into 11.5 million Americans on the street, or 26 million Europeans. We’re a long way from that, but is it really impossible? Let’s not bet against humanity’s ability to transform itself or nature’s powers of regeneration. Let’s wake up, wake others up, and grow the movement for a livable tomorrow!
Host a nonpartisan #ScienceRising Debate Watch Party on Feb 19 or 25!!
Learn where U.S. Presidential Candidates stand on climate action
350.0rg—Why this matters to Save Our Shores… The climate crisis is speeding ocean acidification and California’s waters are acidifying faster than the rest of the world’s. Our next president needs to be a real climate leader. 350.org has created a 2020 Climate Test and is tracking where each candidate stands. VIEW THE FULL SCORECARD!
Plan or join a Global Climate Strike on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!
StrikeWithUs.org—2020 is a critical year for climate action. On Wednesday, April 22, we will show our collective power and unity, with millions of young people and adults participating in strikes around the world. JOIN US!
Help Stop the Money Pipeline that fuels the climate crisis!
The YEARS Project—JANUARY 29, 2020 Chase Bank has financed fossil fuels with $196 billion since 2016. On Thursday, April 23, Stop the Money Pipeline will hold actions at as many Chase Bank branches as possible to send them a clear message: stop the money pipeline. READ MORE
What will you say to your grandchildren?
EcoWatch—APRIL 17, 2019 The fate of future generations is at stake, and each of us needs to be prepared, one day, to face posterity — in whatever form that might take — and answer the question: “What did you do when you knew our future was on the line?” READ MORE