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    YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

    A group of citizen activists attending a chapters presentation.

    You’ve seen our climate change. You’ve asked, “What can I do?” Now, here’s your answer.

    Across the country, everyday Americans are joining Climate Reality chapters and working together for practical climate solutions in communities from sea to shining sea.

    These friends, neighbors, and colleagues are bringing clean energy to their towns, fighting fracking developments, and so much more. Most of all, they’re making a real difference for our climate when it matters – and you can too.

    Join a Climate Reality chapter today and join the fight for a sustainable future.

    LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CHAPTERS

     

    Why Join a Chapter

    Nicole Affleck

    NICOLE AFFLECK

    Chair, The Climate Reality Project’s Campus Corps: University of North Carolina Chapter

    “By joining a chapter, I’ve been able to connect with other activists with different skills and experiences. We’re learning from each other and from Climate Reality staff, and becoming better activists together.”

    Wei Tai Kwok

    Wei-Tai Kwok

    Co-Chair, The Climate Reality Project: Bay Area Chapter

    “At every chapter meeting, I discover like-minded climate solutions advocates and innovative ideas for communication and engagement. I learn and get inspired by every gathering.”

    Donna Thompson

    DONNA THOMPSON

    Chair, The Climate Reality Project: Tacoma, WA Chapter

    “I’m excited to be working on climate in my own community. The movement may be worldwide, but real change is happening in our cities and our states, and it’s great to be a part of that.”

    JOIN OUR NETWORK OF CLIMATE ACTIVISTS

    What IS A Chapter?

    Whether you’re a lifelong environmentalist or a new activist just starting out, there’s a place for you in your local Climate Reality chapter.

    Climate Reality chapters bring together Americans of all backgrounds and walks of life to push for practical clean energy solutions in their communities and fight the fossil fuel agenda on the national stage.

    Chapters give members the opportunity to draw on Climate Reality’s support and expertise, while creating and executing their own plans for climate action at the local level.

    Already, Climate Reality chapters have become a vital force for progress, helping expand clean energy alternatives, tackling the legacy of fossil fuels in low-income communities, and pushing for carbon pricing policies, to name just a few of the many campaigns already underway.

    The only pre-requisite to joining a chapter is the desire to make a difference. And with over 80 chapters and growing in cities, towns, and campuses across the US, there are many ways to get involved with other activists in your community.

    Why Join?

    By joining your local Climate Reality chapter, you’ll:

    • Connect with a local network of engaged activists just like you.
    • Gain the skills and have access to the resources you need to help you make a difference.
    • Help bring real climate solutions to your community.
    • Ensure the US continues to move forward at a critical time in the fight for climate solutions.
     

    FIND A CHAPTER NEAR YOU

    Ready to join? Check the map or list to see if there’s an existing chapter in your hometown. If there is, sign up here to start receiving more information from the chapter chair.

    If you don’t see a chapter near you, learn more about applying to become a Climate Reality Leader at an upcoming training event. At this time, only trained Climate Reality Leaders can start a chapter!

     

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    Believe in the power of your own voice. The more noise you make, the more accountability you demand from your leaders, the more our world will change for the better - AL GORE Founder and Chairman, The Climate Reality Project