Did you know that according to a report released by the United Nations earlier this year, the world has only ten months to get our act together when it comes to taking action on the climate crisis?
We’re running out of time and cannot afford more years of delay and injustice: the Biden-Harris administration must commit to ambitious and real emission reductions and support less wealthy countries, including through climate finance, so they can do the same.
Instead of building more fossil fuel pipelines, we need to start repairing the harm caused by decades of U.S. inaction and obstruction on climate policy. That’s why we and our allies are holding a day of action to demand that President Biden commit the U.S. to do its fair share on climate action. And we need you with us!
From devastating hurricanes making landfall in Honduras and Nicaragua to super typhoons in the Philippines and raging wildfires sweeping through Australia and California, 2020 saw an increase in climate-related disasters.
The facts are clear: to avoid the worst effects of the climate crisis for people and the planet, we need bold and equitable action now. And as the world’s largest historical emitter, the U.S. has an obligation to do more to address the climate crisis. This means doing its fair share when it comes to climate action — and doing so in globally equitable ways.
With our new click-to-call tool, calling the White House is simple and will only take a few minutes. We’ve even got suggested language for you to use on the call to make it easier for you to take action.
This is a moment for President Biden to stand with people and the planet, and not with the polluting corporations that have fueled the climate crisis for decades. And we need you to take action today: Call the White House and demand the Biden administration declare a climate emergency, redirect resources to frontline communities, and do the U.S.’ fair share to address the climate crisis today.