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March 01, 2010

Join the 72-Hour Call-In

Today kicks off a busy couple of days for taking action, and we need your help!

This week, the Sierra Club is joining forces with dozens of organizations across the country for a 72 Hour Call in for Clean American Power to show our senators that voters will not wait another year for action on clean energy and climate legislation.

Join the 72 hour call in and tell your senators that we want action NOW on a comprehensive climate and clean energy bill.

Workers in hard hit industries cannot afford to watch jobs move overseas to countries like China and India while Congress drags its feet on building a clean energy economy.

Military families cannot afford to lose another parent, another spouse, or another child because our dependence on foreign oil threatens national security, while clean, American alternatives are ignored.

And our children cannot afford to lose their chance to enjoy the outdoors and live without fear rising sea levels, stronger storms, droughts and famine as the effects of global warming worsen, while skeptics are indulged.


Our clean energy future is on the line -- will you make the call?

This week, veterans, workers, business owners, people of faith and environmentalists are banding together with a common purpose, passing strong clean energy and climate legislation that will create jobs, build our economy, make our country more secure, and protect our planet.

We need all hands on deck to win this fight -- call your senators today! 72 hours can change history.

And if you like taking action on clean energy and climate change, then join the Climate Crossroads group!


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