Update #7 ·

Help Your Country Live Up to Its Paris Agreement Commitment

This summer we head to Houston, Texas to confront the climate crisis in the Lone Star State and beyond. And we need leaders like you to join us.

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As a Climate Reality Leader, you’ll join thousands of other trained Leaders from over 100 countries working to end climate change and ensure a healthy future for all generations. 

Your journey starts at the Houston training where former US Vice President Al Gore and some of the world’s brightest climate scientists, communicators, and story-tellers will explore how you can share the truth about climate change in personal and dynamic ways that inspire audiences everywhere. 

You’ll also learn practical social media, organizing, and public-speaking tips that will help you make a real difference in fighting climate change every day. 

You don’t have to call Texas home to know what climate change means for our communities and the planet we share. But even as scientists predict more frequent and intense droughts, heat waves, and heavy downpours in the years ahead if we don’t take action, the good news is that we already have the affordable clean energy tools we need to end this crisis. What we need is for our leaders to act.

This is where committed citizens like you can make the difference. This is your time and your chance to help build the movement that will stop climate change. The need has never been greater. But neither has the opportunity.  

Apply now to become a Climate Reality Leader at our Houston training and help build a better, cleaner future for our planet.

- Your friends at Climate Reality

www.climaterealityproject.org/training

How you can help

A new day for the planet began on Earth Day. That's because April 22 was the first day that countries could officially sign the historic Paris Agreement to fight climate change. Millions spoke up to make the agreement a reality – now let's speak up again to thank world leaders and keep the momentum for solutions going.

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