For Immediate Release
Lindsay Meiman, email@example.com
On Saturday: #ActOnClimate
NATIONWIDE - Here’s an inspiring story from this week: close to 200 mayors across the United States have united to say that they will defy Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. 10 governors have joined them, along with hundreds more business leaders and universities.
The more political leaders stand up to say that they are staying committed to climate action, the closer we can get to putting the US on track to 100% renewable energy for all. This is our path forward in the age of Trump: coordinated, ambitious local action.
We need to build on this momentum. Tomorrow people across the country are rallying at city halls, statehouses and town squares to ask their local officials to #ActOnClimate.
Click here to find out if there’s an action near you - or to host one. Even a handful of people can #ActOnClimate together and start a movement in your community.
Sticking to Paris is a good idea -- and the only way to do it is to stop all new fossil fuel projects, rapidly move to 100% renewable energy and divest from coal, oil and gas companies.
We can uplift and support public officials who are already taking a stand against Trump by supporting the Paris Agreement or committing to 100% renewable energy. And urge those who haven’t stepped up yet that this is the time for their climate leadership.
But we have to do it together. Join or organize an #ActOnClimate rally near you today.
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