We are in a climate emergency NOW! To build on the momentum, join us Tuesday, August 2nd in Raleigh at 2 pm, for the National Day of Action!

In light of the ongoing climate crisis, we are taking action with people across the country to demand that President Biden declare a national climate emergency and use his executive authority to help end the era of fossil fuels.
August 2, Biden: Declare a CLIMATE EMERGENCY & REJECT Fossil Fuels!

2 pm, Terry Sanford Federal Building, 310 New Bern Ave., Raleigh
This action is about visibility, so bring your friends and signs!

The core demands are Biden, declare a climate emergency and STOP approving fossil fuel projects, including leases, exports, plastic plants, and pipelines (like the MVP)!

It will be hot, so we’ll only be there 30-60 minutes. Bring water! Some of us will have umbrellas for shade.
Another reminder of actions you can take!
Tell Biden: Choose People over Fossil Fuels and Declare a Climate Emergency here!
2. Call the White House and urge President Biden to declare a #ClimateEmergency, stop fossil fuel leasing, export, and project approvals, and speed a just, renewable energy transition. The White House Comment Line (888-431-7599) is open Tues-Thurs 11 am – 3 pm. Please call during these hours and leave a message using the sample script below:

Hi, my name is ____, and I’m from ____.  With climate disasters mounting and Congress at a standstill, we’re counting on Biden to declare a climate emergency NOW and stop approving fossil fuel leases, exports & projects.

Here’s the link to the recording of the great People vs Fossil Fuels Mass Movement call last Tuesday lead by frontline leaders.
Also taking place on Tuesday at 6 pm!
August 2, A Carbon Plan for the Climate Emergency
6 pm, online
Duke Energy’s draft carbon plan prioritizes fossil gas at the expense of equitable, accessible clean energy. Join People Power NC to learn what a stronger plan could look like — and how to advocate for it! Register here.
Thanks for taking action! Peace and love for our beautiful Earth, Karen