StopGlobalWarming.org - Too Hot Not To Handle
by: Laurie David 19 April 2006
Today, 87% of Americans agree that the US should take steps to reduce global warming pollution and fast track development of renewable energy. So, this Earth Day is unlike any other because the debate about global warming, the mother of all environmental issues, is firmly behind us.
The media is finally helping tell the story. ABC News and Fox News lead the way with feature specials on global warming, and mass-pop culture magazines, including Time, Vanity Fair and Elle, are highlighting the problem from their covers.
And what more appropriate day to premiere HBO's documentary on global warming than April 22nd? Too Hot Not to Handle documents the impact of global warming on the United States and some of the great solutions individuals are initiating today.
Exciting things are continuing to happen on the Virtual March too. StopGlobalWarming.org has a new look and even more tools for marchers. Check out the new action items, featured videos and customized carbon calculator.
Best of all, the Virtual March is continuing until we are millions strong and become so big and loud that Washington can no longer ignore this issue. Therefore, this Earth Day, we celebrate the one year anniversary of the Virtual March.
To make a difference this Earth Day -- spread the message about the Virtual March to 5 new people, email your friends and family to watch the HBO special on April 22nd, calculate how much carbon and money you can save with a few simple actions, and buy the May issues of Elle and Vanity Fair. Read them and pass them on to others.
Happy Earth Day... and keep on Marching!