|The UN Climate Talks in Paris are in progress. We know that the agreement won’t solve climate disruption tomorrow. We are watching for strong commitments and goals that can be adjusted and accelerated in the next few years.
Global actions are planned for this Saturday, December 12th, the day after the Paris talks are scheduled to end. We will join a major rally, from 1-3pm on Boston Common, with a broad coalition of organizations for climate justice. Mothers Out Front members from all over will come together at the rally.
Right after the rally, 3:30-5:30pm, creative direct actions will take place in nearby locations in Boston. Western MA activists, including MOF members, are taking the lead in planning actions through Climate Action Now. See below for more information.
Today’s Monday Action: Take 5-minutes now to ask Senator Warren to call for increasing pressure to exceed goals after Paris.
Your optional copy-and-paste text for email or talking points if you call:
Dear Senator Warren,
I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the defining issue on which future generations will judge us. Therefore I urge you to be bold in fighting for real solutions to stop climate change.
Please call attention to the Obama administration’s strong leadership in Paris. Demand that in the next few years we will accelerate the transition away from fossil fuels and exceed the goals set this week by the governments of the world.
My loved ones and I look to you for your leadership.
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Join in person on Saturday, 12.12.15 Jobs, Justice, Climate: Defend New England’s Future
1-3pm, Rally on the Boston Common to demand swift and just transition from fossil fuels
3:30-5:30pm, Creative Direct Actions nearby. We’re doing street theater, a flash mob dance, making waves with long streams of blue material representing the seas rising, and engaging shoppers in conversations about climate justice.
Thank you for doing Monday Actions. Your work is causing waves!