We are all citizens of planet earth, and together we are Planet Us.
Climate and Justice are the most critical issues facing our planet.
World without borders. Together, we can make the necessary changes. The future depends on us!
“Carbon fee and dividend are the only way to reduce carbon emissions in our environment. This is acclaimed by experts as the ‘silver bullet’ to solve the climate crisis. It will allow me and my future children to enjoy a safe and livable world.”
“I support a carbon free environment. A carbon fee and dividend program is an inclusive approach to climate change and that will promote social and economic growth, especially in areas most affected by climate change.”
We need your help today…
Sea levels are rising and oceans are becoming warmer. Longer, more intense droughts threaten crops, wildlife and freshwater supplies. From polar bears in the Arctic to marine turtles off the coast of Africa, our planet’s diversity of life is at risk from the changing climate.
Climate change poses a fundamental threat to the places, species and people’s livelihoods WWF works to protect. To adequately address this crisis we must urgently reduce carbon pollution and prepare for the consequences of global warming, which we are already experiencing. WWF works to:
- advance policies to fight climate change
- engage with businesses to reduce carbon emissions
- help people and nature adapt to a changing climate
What you can do to help…
Use Less Energy
Turn down your thermostat and use public transportation whenever possible.
Do not fly on private jets, or support any public figure that persists in polluting the earth.
Switch away from carbon based energy, and toward electrical power.
If we don’t act this month, our sea coasts will be under water in 5 short years.
SAVE THE PRESIDENT’S NEW HOUSE!
President Barack Obama’s Hawaii Beach House Being Built on Idyllic Site of ‘Magnum, P.I.’ Mansion, and Could be Flooded By Climate Change
• The property is located on the southeastern tip of Oahu.
• Obama purchased the heavenly slice of tropical paradise in 2015, paying $8.7.
• The 9,000 sq. ft. Robin’s Nest villa was razed to make way for Obama’s luxury compound
• The property features beachfront on Waimanalo Bay.