For the Next 24 Hours, Tell Leaders #WhyImWatching What They Do on Climate in Paris

COP21 is fast approaching, but you don’t need to jet off to Paris to get in on the climate action (though that doesn’t sound so bad). Beginning today at noon, the advocacy groups 24 Hours of Reality and Live Earth are hosting a global day of action to celebrate how far the climate movement has come—and to tell world leaders that we’re ready to take the next step with an ambitious international agreement to curb carbon pollution.

Pharrell and Bon Jovi will be there as live broadcasts stream out of eight cities across six continents to keep the conversation flowing with audience members like you. Tune in over at the Climate Reality site and use the hashtag #WhyImWatching to spread the word that it’s time to tackle climate change now. We can’t always have Paris, but can have everywhere else—if we stand up and fight for it.

This post first appeared in OnEarth.
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