Climate change-fueled rising temperatures, hurricanes, megafires and algal blooms show it is now more urgent than ever for our leaders at both the state and federal levels to take action for people and wildlife.
A major new U.N. report estimates that an alarming one million species are at risk of extinction worldwide, in part due to the accelerating impacts of climate change. Snowshoe hares, for example, are losing their snowy habitat, moose are suffering from tick-infestations because of warming winters, and endangered sea turtles are losing nesting beaches.
Urge your governor and members of Congress to live up to their responsibility, right now, to take meaningful action to address the climate crisis before it’s too late.
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