You’ve Experienced Climate Change. Now Be Part of the Solution.
It’s up to all of us to work together and help solve the climate crisis. While real solutions require global and systemic change, there are choices you can make today to minimize your personal impact on the planet. These decisions are what will impact future generations. Join the movement, learn more about the issues, and take action below.
In just the last three decades, changes in climate have doubled the amount of land burned by wildfires in the western United States. While the majority of wildfires are caused by humans and our use of the land, changes in climate are exacerbated by these events—influencing their severity, size, frequency and duration.
The Amazon is the largest rainforest on the planet. Despite its vital role, it is being destroyed at an alarming rate. The Amazon rainforest acts as the Earth’s lungs. It is a 400-billion-tree sponge for the world’s carbon emissions and a necessary aid in decelerating global warming.
Millions of Somalis face a daily battle against hunger in one of the most extreme climate-related humanitarian disasters. Drought leads to food insecurity, malnutrition, cholera and several other diseases, resulting lastly in mass exoduses of people fleeing their communities for better living conditions and resources in nearby cities or other countries.
Ten years following Al Gore’s critically-acclaimed documentary film, “An Inconvenient Truth,” Gore takes viewers back to the frontlines of climate change. Increasingly warmer temperatures mean there is less time for glaciers to accumulate new snow, causing glaciers to melt and lose mass faster.
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