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Urgent Action on Climate Change

avaaz-climate-change-2014The United Nations has called an urgent climate meeting in Paris on 23rd September with all major world leaders.  The leaders need our encouragement to forge an agreement with common sense steps to end dirty energy that will help the world to build a hopeful, clean and green future.

 

September 21st is being targeted as a day to show the leaders we want them to bring about change.  We hope it will be the largest ever global climate mobilization in history.  This is possibly the only way to break through the walls of mega coal, oil, and business that prevent even the best politicians from doing what is right.

Taking to the streets in a record setting show of power and coordination is one of the most effective ways to create change -- from the anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa to civil rights in the US, it's sometimes been the only way. This is our chance to bring that power to the most important issue of our time: survival and a thriving future for our families, their families and the generations of people to come. Click HERE to be a part of it all.

Read about this Meeting on the UN Website:
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has invited world leaders, from government, finance, business, and civil society to Climate Summit 2014 this 23 September to galvanize and catalyze climate action.  He has asked these leaders to bring bold announcements and actions to the Summit that will reduce emissions, strengthen climate resilience, and mobilize political will for a meaningful legal agreement in 2015. Climate Summit 2014 provides a unique opportunity for leaders to champion an ambitious vision, anchored in action that will enable a meaningful global agreement in 2015.
Everyone can step up and take climate action. Visit the UN Climate Summit site to find out how. #climate2014
http://www.un.org/climatechange/summit/

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