This isn't about some far-off day in the future. It's about right now.
Yesterday, Environmental Protection Agency chief (and climate change denier) Scott Pruitt called for an exit to the historic Paris Agreement we reached more than a year ago -- a pact that made huge, undeniable progress. Nearly every country in the world agreed to do its part on climate change, with the United States leading the way.
Withdrawing from this landmark achievement would be devastating. The countries that signed the Paris Agreement pledged to take unprecedented steps to help protect our health, our planet and our economy: to clean up the air, to slow the alarming spikes in extreme weather events, and to give working families access to good jobs in the energy industries of the future.
We've fought too hard to let this progress slide backwards. Chip in today, and be a part of the team that defends this signature achievement.
Sula, when we signed the Paris Agreement, climate change wasn't a partisan issue -- and it still isn't. It's affecting every one of us, every day, and pulling out would signal to the world that we can't be trusted. Don't let this administration undo our years of work with one short-sighted move.
We've already seen with the Affordable Care Act how powerful our voices can be when we stand together at a critical moment in time. That's why supporters like you and OFA volunteers around the country are gearing up for climate marches later this month. Support the work that makes this kind of critical organizing possible.
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