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November 6, 2017
Climate

Your voice needed: Call the State Department today!

I’m on the ground at the U.N. climate talks with our team of organizers and experts pushing for real action on climate justice.

Over the next two weeks, we’ll be working around the clock to stop the Trump administration from undermining the critical progress we must make to save lives. We’ll deliver your petition signatures to U.S. representatives, join fellow activists and allies holding demonstrations, present a new report to government delegates, speak at official meetings and events, and support governments committed to climate justice. All to ensure that Big Polluters and the Trump administration can’t undermine progress on climate justice.

This is a critical moment to move real solutions to the climate crisis forward, despite interference from the Big Polluters and the Trump administration.

That’s why I need you to call the U.S. State Department and demand that it stop interfering with the climate talks!

While most of the world recognizes the urgent need for action, the Trump administration, at the behest of the fossil fuel industry, is intent on delaying and blocking climate justice. Even as Trump moves to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement, his administration is here at the climate talks to bully other countries and undermine progress.

With your support, we’re standing in solidarity with allies around the globe to expose U.S. interference, and demanding that the U.S. stand down, so the world can advance people-first climate policy.

Standing up to a force as powerful as Big Polluters and the U.S. delegation isn’t easy. But we know that tens of thousands of you have our backs, and that’s what makes this work possible. Join your voices with ours and stand up for climate justice.

Together, our voices are more powerful than the money of a corrupt and deadly industry. If enough of us speak out, we can protect public health policies that will save millions of lives.

Thanks for all you do.


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