Last September, The Climate Reality Project asked you: What can change in a day?
One year ago, we brought together millions of partners and supporters like you from around the world to join us in 24 Hours of Reality, a multimedia journey spanning 24 time zones in 13 different languages, to present the unfiltered science on climate change and show how extreme weather affects us all.
As a valued partner, I want to invite you to a major announcement that I’ll be making on Sunday that begins with the simple premise: Will you join us again?
The media is finally beginning to connect the dots on the link between extreme weather and the climate crisis. In the past year, we have seen more devastating storms and heat waves around the world, and the United States experienced the worst drought in decades. It’s never been more important to spread the truth and fight back against the deniers. And that’s where The Climate Reality Project comes in.
On Sunday, September 23 at 2:45 p.m. Eastern Time, I will join Climate Reality Project CEO Maggie L. Fox, former Senator and UN Foundation Chairman Tim Wirth, and Alex Fitzpatrick of Mashable at the Social Good Summit in New York City to make a special announcement concerning our newest effort to connect global audiences with the realities of extreme weather.
If you’d like to view the announcement, you can watch the live webstream here at 2:45 p.m. Eastern Time.
By coming together, we are already proving that a lot can change in a day. We have to keep it up.