Citizens need to drive the Climate Change activism train and science is the rails we ride on

Union of Concerned Scientists

With climate change acceleration & Trump election, time for large activism.

 

Without a healthy and productive environment and climate, nothing else matters. Nothing.

We can no longer depend on the U.S. federal government to lead on Climate Change.

193 nations around the world understand the anthropological science and the recent history of Climate Change and the threat it represents. Science is key to understanding how we arrived here and where Climate Change is heading.

The United States needs to lead on Climate Change and social activism is what gets its done in our democracy. Now more than ever, if we want to protect not only future generations but increasingly our current planet health, our time and money will be required, continually, to support activist groups who credibly lead this activism. 350.org, Greenpeace, NRDC, EDF, Ceres, Sierra Club and the list goes on.

Please considering donating by clicking on this logo.

Climate Change activism is underpinned with non-partisan science which is why I have supported Union of Concerned Scientist since 1985. In a time when the truth and facts mean nothing, UCS strives to make sure truthful science and fact is presented to our elected officials and the electorate. Their work is crucial not just because of the results of the recent election but also the accumulating and alarming data which shows that climate change is likely accelerating significantly beyond the models we have relied on. The graph below is an alarming indicator of just how serious and near term the threat is. The red line is 2016 ice accumulation.

Sea Ice Accumulation Variation from Normal

Sea Ice Accumulation Variation from Normal

Please consider supporting this highly productive and effective organization now by viewing the Union of Concerned Scientist website –  www.ucsusa.org

 

 

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