In March, I stayed up all night with thirty other senators to urge Congress to take immediate action on climate change.
Last week, the National Climate Assessment confirmed that climate change is real, it's already altering our daily lives, and we have the power to slow it down. And now, we're bringing the wake-up call right to Congress' front door.
As co-chairs of the Climate Action Task Force, Senator Barbara Boxer and I invite you to join us on May 21, 2014 when we kick off the Capitol Hill Climate Action Rally to wake up Congress to climate change. Other climate champions in the House and Senate will join us to show public support for action on climate change.
At the rally, we will literally sound the alarm on climate change: We'll be setting alarms on our phones, tablets, or hand-held devices to ring at 5 p.m. EST. And we want you to join us.
Will you join the rally virtually by signing on and urging Congress to wake up to climate change? Help Senator Barbara Boxer and me sound the alarm for climate change today.
The devastating effects of climate change are apparent all around us, and we need to take action right now -- before it’s too late. I hope you will join me, Senator Barbara Boxer, and other climate change champions across the country to address one of the most pressing issues for our generation: to protect our planet right now -- for us and for our children.