Join others to make a change
Here are some places where you can learn more, find allies and take a stand:
Networking globally to take action locally, 350.org is building a grassroots movement across 6 continents to solve the climate crisis. Find a local chapter near you — or create one!
Are you a high school student? Then the Alliance for Climate Education is the place for you. Learn about the science behind climate change. Join an action team to get trained. Create a project.
Two hundred publicly-traded companies hold the vast majority of the world’s proven coal, oil and gas reserves. The Go Fossil Free campaign wants your college, workplace and local government to divest from them.
Founded by John Muir in 1892, the Sierra Club has stepped into the 21st century with campaigns against coal, oil and natural gas. They could use your help!
Help Greenpeace in their national campaigns to:
- Save the Arctic from Big Oil.
- Stop the Keystone pipeline
Every step counts. 50 Ways to Help has some small steps YOU can take every day to Help the Planet.
Climate Central is one of the best places to learn about how climate change affects Americans. Study up! Then get a conversation going with your friends, family, work mates.
Solving the climate crisis will take action by our cities, states and national government. The AEL Tracker is a cool database that tracks energy legislation, giving you tools to you make your voice heard.
Take Al Gore’s Climate Reality pledge. Then get trained to give presentations in schools, house parties, and businesses. Or host a climate presentation in your community.
I See Change is a crowd sourcing site for people to make observations about changes in the weather and the environment in their neighborhood. Add your 2 cents!