February 11, 2013

Climate Rally: in Washington and at Your Home

Please consider joining the Forward On Climate rally this Sunday, 17 February 2013, in Washington DC to show your support for real action to stop climate change.

Of course, if you plan to go by car, please carpool: a car with all its seats filled has a per-passenger carbon footprint equal to that of a European train.

If you can't make it to Washington, take action at home: because when push comes to shove, it's up to you and me. Let us not wait for the legislative process to run its due course; soon the only thing that can be called "glacial" is the rate of progress in our legislative bodies. Let's do our bit, and do it now: It's not that hard to slash our carbon footprint.

And saving energy not only means cutting carbon emissions: in most cases it means saving money as well. The new reality: the climate IS the economy.

Get informed. Get involved. Get started today.




  1. I love that carpools and buses have been organized from many cities to get people to the rally ... not zero impact but better than a bunch of cars driving to the event. They are also organizing a thunderclap for folks who can't attend but want to have their voice (via Twitter) heard. :-)

  2. Thanks for the pointer! You can join the thunderclap with a twitter or facebook account by signing up here: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/1189-move-america-forwardonclimate

  3. Reduced footprints! Thank you for this very to the point post. Of to "cruise" you blog
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