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    THE THREAT OF CLIMATE CHANGE HAS NEVER BEEN MORE URGENT. BUT THE WAY FORWARD HAS NEVER BEEN CLEARER.

    In December 2015, world leaders were scheduled to meet in Paris for the UN’s COP 21 climate conference. On the agenda: a historic global agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions and fight climate change before it was too late.

    What was COP 21?

    What You Can Do

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    What was COP 21? Why were the UN climate talks happening in December 2015 in Paris, France, so important? And what can you do about it? Morgan Freeman gives you the details on why this meeting was really your meeting. 

    OUR FUTURE WAS ON THE LINE.

    After years of wrong turns and failed attempts to address the climate crisis at the international level, a turning point was finally in sight. We had to act.

    In response, we launched the Road to Paris campaign to raise awareness of the stakes at COP 21 on a planet-wide scale and give people everywhere a say in negotiations that carried profound implications for our shared Earth. By connecting digital outreach, live media programs like 24 Hours of Reality, organizing events across US college campuses, and many, many more initiatives over nearly a year, Road to Paris brought together over 2.2 million citizens from Philadelphia to the Philippines to call on world leaders to act boldly and decisively at COP 21 with a strong agreement to limit emissions.

    Open Letter

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    All around the world, people are seeing the reality of climate change and speaking up with one voice and one message for their leaders: Now is the time for you to act.
     
    Add your voice to the global chorus calling for action. Learn how you can help stop climate change: www.climaterealityproject.org/joinreality

    Know Tomorrow (24 Hours of Reality 2015)

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    Know Tomorrow was a student-lead campaign where thousands of students at over 60 colleges around the United States came together to demand a global response to climate change. 

    THE REST, AS THE SAYING GOES, IS HISTORY.

    Thanks in part to pressure from our Road to Paris supporters and climate activists worldwide, 195 countries signed the Paris Agreement, creating the first truly international framework for concerted action to stop climate change. Now our work continues to ensure leaders live up to their commitments and make the promise of the Paris Agreement a reality. And we will.

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