Join the 1,466,276 supporters of the Stop Global Warming Virtual March, and become part of the movement to demand our leaders freeze and reduce carbon dioxide emissions now. We are all contributors to global warming and we all need to be part of the solution.

The Stop Global Warming Virtual March is a non-political effort to declare that global warming is here now and it’s time to act.
This is a movement about change, as individuals, as a country, and as a global community.

Clean Air – Cool Planet

We’re supporting the Virtual March on Washington because at Clean Air-Cool Planet, we know that global warming is already affecting our communities. We’ve documented indicators of climate change in our Northeast region including shorter winters, warmer temperatures and altered rain and snowfall patterns.* These changes impact the economies, communities, landscapes and wildlife of the Northeast, threatening everything from our beautiful sugar maples to our marine and coastal ecosystems, our winter recreation and tourism industries to our health and well-being.>

We also know that solutions to this problem are available NOW; in fact, they’re already being implemented by forward-thinking individuals and institutions everywhere. Clean Air-Cool Planet works with such leaders, advising corporations, communities and campuses across the Northeast how to cut their emissions of heat-trapping gases. We aim to showcase the possibilities and benefits inherent in such reductions. Just as important, through this work we are helping build support for clean energy and global warming policies that will reduce carbon pollution in the region and beyond.

We urge you to join us in supporting the Stop Global Warming Virtual March on Washington because it’s about people all over America, from every state and every community, and from all walks of life, making their voices heard. We must insist that our government and elected officials take their cue from the creativity and vision that proactive citizens are already demonstrating with everyday actions in their workplaces, schools and communities.

*See Indicators of Climate Change in the Northeast 2005