October 24 is the International Day of Climate Action, and if you haven’t heard about it (where have you been?), it’s time to get involved.
The global talks taking place in December in Copenhagen represent an opportunity to save the planet from…ourselves. But it looks like participating governments are still a little hesitant to commit—which is where the people they represent (citizens like you and me) come in. From now until October 24, people should be organizing and spreading the word that if we don’t do enough now to slow global warming, it’s going to be too late.
The idea of the International Day of Climate Action is to put pressure on governments to push for what the Tck Tck Tck campaign calls an “ambitious, fair, and binding” climate deal in Copenhagen.
It is probably too late to organize your own event. But, check out this page and support an event near to you!