Paris Climate Agreement

Friends,

Donald Trump is preparing to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement according to multiple news reports. The rest of us, in Mexico and beyond, must be all-in on climate action.

This is the time for real leaders to stand up and take action to confront the climate crisis. We cannot settle for empty statements or the status quo. Half-measures are a suicide pact.

Will you take this moment to send a message that you continue to stand for climate action, now stronger than ever? We will be delivering them en-masse to the White House in Washington DC tomorrow.

2016 was the hottest year ever, and a huge wakeup call. But 2017 is a fire alarm. If the world’s largest economy abandons climate action, we must all recommit to it — most of all, heads of state who control the future of international climate action.

We don’t have to convince Donald Trump to win this fight. In fact, just the opposite: we need to convince everyone who disagrees with him to increase their work to stop him. If you add your name to this declaration of support for the Paris Agreement and stronger climate action, we will deliver it to the White House to demonstrate your opposition to Trump’s decision.

We, the organized people of the world, are in charge of our destiny — not greedy men with small agendas. We will continue to fight, and if we commit ourselves, we will win.

Duncan

350.org is building a global climate movement. You can connect with us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and become a sustaining donor to keep this movement strong and growing.

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