December 3rd, International Day of Action to Stop Global Warming


December 3rd, International Day of Action to Stop Global Warming

By ClimateArk, project of Ecological Internet, Inc.
December 1, 2005


Ask each government's national focal point participating in Montreal climate meeting to support an expanded, strengthened Kyoto process

Members of the Kyoto climate treaty are currently meeting in Montreal for the first time since the Treaty took effect. A broad coalition of climate change campaigns, of which ClimateArk is a part, is carrying out climate change demonstrations on December 3rd around the world.
Join us in demanding that the USA and Australia ratify the Kyoto Protocol immediately, and that the entire world community move as rapidly as possible to a stronger emissions reductions treaty that will be both equitable and effective in stabilizing 'greenhouse' gases and preventing dangerous climate change. Even as the pace, intensity and impact of global warming increases, international progress on climate change policy continues to be not only slow but also downright tepid, clearly inadequate to enunciate solutions sufficient to the magnitude of the climate crisis on hand.
Please participate in the virtual climate protest below, and join a real demonstration if available in your area by visiting the Global Climate Coalition at .
The alert below targets all of the governmental "national focal point" contact people participating in the negotiations.
From here you are sending an email to most climate delegations at the conference -- some 200 people.
Please send the alert now but make sure you come back on December 3rd and send it again - and let you friends know to do it then as well.

P.S. We are at stuck at 68% to our goal, still needing to raise just over $7,000 before the end of the year.
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