Help Fight Climate Change with a Global Initiative

Last Updated on September 12, 2020 by Ellen Christian

I know that climate change is a topic that’s on a lot of people’s minds. When I was asked to be part of a campaign with The Motherhood to learn more about a global initiative on climate change, I knew it was something I needed to do. Did you know that 90 million tons of carbon pollution enter the atmosphere every day? Chances are, you’re exposed to the cost of carbon pollution in ways you don’t even realize.

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Help Fight Climate Change with a Global Initiative

The Climate Reality Project is an organization that was founded by Al Gore.  The Climate Reality Project is launching their 24 Hours of Reality global initiative, a 24-hour live broadcast that offers audiences the opportunity to join the conversation and learn how carbon pollution is affecting families around the world. This year, 24 Hours of Reality is focusing on the “Cost of Carbon” in the environment in regions around the world.

Help fight climate change

The Climate Reality Project chairman and former Vice President Al Gore will be on hand during the Twitter party, and others from the organization will be tweeting with us from @ClimateReality to help bring attention to the cause. They will also be sharing effective ways that we can spread the word and cut back on carbon pollution in our own lives to help make a difference.

There are ways that you can help fight climate change and start conversations.

  • Create a canvas of things you love and share with networks on What I Love. Climate change will affect them all. I love autumn in Vermont. I think it’s one of the most beautiful times of year and I know that climate change has already started to affect the weather in Vermont and other areas.  How will climate change impact my favorite season?
  • 24 Hours of Reality: The Cost of Carbon is The Climate Reality Project’s third annual broadcast of the award-winning 24 Hours of Reality Event and will create the world’s largest conversation about the cost of carbon pollution. The global, live-streamed multi-media event will broadcast live from Los Angeles beginning at 11 a.m. PDT on October 22nd through October 23rd.
  • 24 Hours of Reality: The Cost of Carbon will make the costs we pay personal for the millions watching through the innovative new Cost of Carbon tool. This interactive digital experience creates new possibilities for climate advocacy and social engagement, enabling viewers to discover the unique costs of carbon they’re exposed to in their own lives. We’ll encourage viewers to share these costs with their social networks, and we’ll feature viewers individual costs during the broadcast.

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Help fight climate change

Twitter Party Alert

When: Tuesday, October 22, at 2p ET / 1p CT / 10a PT

Where: We’ll be on Twitter – follow the #ClimateReality hashtag to track the conversation. You can see the details and RSVP via this Twtvite:

Hashtag: #ClimateReality

Hosts: @ClimateReality, @AlGore, @theMotherhood, @theMotherhood25, @CooperMunroe, @EmilyMcKhann

Prizes! We will award five prizes throughout the party, with winners chosen randomly based on correct responses to trivia questions. The prizes will help you spread the word about climate change – each consists of an I AM PRO SNOW hat and t-shirt from The Climate Reality Project.

Eligibility for prizes is limited to participants in the United States who are 18 years of age and over.


17 thoughts on “Help Fight Climate Change with a Global Initiative”

  1. This is a great post.  I am very concerned about the environment and I feel that many of the recent abnormal weather changes are a direct result of this problem.  If we don't start to take this whole issue seriously, we aren't going to have the planet around for much longer.
  2. Wonderful to see more attention to this cause. I love the easy steps you've listed for individuals to get involved. So often it's difficult to figure out ways to help make a difference, you've made it super easy!
  3. I'm so glad that people are more concerned about this. We always try to do our share to help and enjoy learning more about things that we can do to make a difference. The twitter party sounds like fun.
  4. Having a BA om Environmental Science (heavy into the science not so much the politics)-I have been aware for quite a while that the climate is changing. Part of this has to do with the natural cycles of the earth-others we have brought on ourselves. I will not be able to attend the Twitter party as I will probably be fast asleep by then. I am sure all who attend will learn a lot of valuable information.
  5. What a great cause and a fun time to create my own pallet of things I love and get the opportunity to tweet about climate change. Thanks so much about sharing the twitter party. Climate change is a problem we need to work together to change.

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