Climate Emergency Declarations continue to spread across the globe, even during a pandemic, now numbering nearly 2,000 official acknowledgements of the climate emergency from national, state and local governments. Activists in these communities now face the task of pushing to turn declarations into real action.
It’s crucial for regular people in every community to take up this work. We must speak out, with our neighbors, to our local governments and let them know that changing our economy is possible and essential — we have to lower emissions to zero by 2030. We must create a world with justice, democracy and a regenerative economy.
If you care about the earth but aren’t sure how to help, have been considering getting involved in your community, or wonder how cities can reach zero emissions by 2030, sign up here to get our (free) toolkit and start the journey to making important, systemic change a reality.
- Policy tools for what comes after a Climate Emergency Declaration
- Updated organizing toolkit resources
- An updated roadmap for building a powerful campaign beyond passing a Climate Emergency Declaration
Watch our Toolkit Launch Webinar for more information and an introduction to this work.
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