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Inaction on climate change is not an option.
Science shows us that climate change is the most urgent threat facing our planet today. Dangerous effects like destructive sea level rise, intolerable heat waves and permanent damage to our Earth are 95% likely unless we change course.
The United States needs to honor our commitments to global climate action like the Paris Agreement, the unprecedented global pact among 196 nations on climate action. And we must move climate action forward here at home, too. We cannot be silent. We cannot wait to find the solutions our planet needs.
To create the biggest public outcry possible, we're rallying concerned people to create the biggest collective demand for climate action we have yet seen.
Pledge to stand with The Nature Conservancy as we call on U.S. leaders to stand strong on climate change.
"Our world is precious, and climate change effects all living things. We are the caregiver of the planet, and need to do our part to keep it safe and clean. Our existence depends on it!"
"I have a new grandbaby and I want the world for him.”
“I care about our environment. It must be preserved for ourselves and future generations."
I agree that immediate action on climate change is critical. Now is the time to dedicate ourselves to a low-carbon future and prevent lasting damage to all living things. Science shows us we cannot afford to wait to cut harmful carbon emissions. I’m adding my voice to The Nature Conservancy’s call to world leaders in the U.S. and beyond — to act so we do not lose ground in combating climate change.
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Please support Bristol Bay’s world-class salmon habitat, its clean waters, its abundant wildlife, and its Indigenous communities. Strongly voice your opposition to Pebble Mine.
There are only an estimated 180 Florida panthers left on Earth, pushed to slivers of land that total just 5 percent of their historic range. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Congress must act now to secure much-needed funding for essential conservation programs.