Bill McKibben will not interfere in the elections like Ralph Nader did but will restart the awarness campaign right the morning after – unimportant who wins. 2012 is the first year since 1988 that Climate Change was not mentioned in the Debates.
For the first time in 24 years, climate change didn’t come up once in the presidential debates.
That’s after a year of record floods, crippling droughts, and unprecedented Arctic melting.
Beginning November 7, the day after the election, Bill McKibben and the 350.org team are going on tour to put climate back on the agenda in a big way. We’re hitting 20 cities coast to coast to build a movement that our politicians can’t ignore.
If you’re as fed up with the silence as I am, I’d like to invite you to be there with us.
The fossil fuel industry is spending over $150 million in this election—money that we’ll never be able to match.
Starting Nov. 7th, we’ll be fighting back with creativity, passion, and conviction.
It’s time to get loud,
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