Climate of Unity
Our Climate of Unity work brings together politicians from across the political spectrum, organizations, consumers, and corporations, to enact commonsense changes for the protection of our planet.
Our strategy will activate the power of the consumer to pressure brands & retailers to adopt commonsense environmental practices, ultimately putting pressure on suppliers and lawmakers.
To do our part in supporting common sense solutions, we are:
Running campaigns to garner and show support for our Climate of Unity related pledges, including to reduce plastic waste and the 30×30 Protection of Nature Policy.
Supporting national deliberative polling event to show the American people’s ability to come together across the political spectrum on issues like climate change.
Connecting with and growing our partner network to optimize the hard work being done across the nation to enact common sense environmental initiatives.
Our #ClimateofUnity Pledges
Take action TODAY by signing one of our Climate of Unity pledges:
Reduce Single-Use Plastic
30x30 Resolution to Protect Nature
Power of X
The Power of X is the power that individuals and organizations can unlock when they work together to find common sense solutions, instead of working in silos. This power, combined with our ten critical environmental initiatives, will give the In This Together community the momentum we need to effectively problem solve and create positive change.
In This Together supports Deliberative Polling efforts on climate and energy policy issues.
The Deliberative Polling methodology (developed by the Center for Deliberative Democracy at Stanford University) has been demonstrated to reduce polarization and increase civic engagement across 114 applications over 30 years in 27 countries.
This Fall the Stanford Center for Deliberative Democracy will be conducting a Deliberative Poll specifically on the topic of Climate and Energy Issues.
We are eager to see the results and will report on them when they are available.
Your Support Is Crucial
Sign our pledge today to start using your buying power to make broad & effective changes to our environmental practices.
SHARE WITH YOUR NETWORK
Host a Conversation on Climate of Unity
Our partners Living Room Conversations hosted a fascinating chat about the topic of climate change and how we can approach it without using a doom and gloom narrative.
Want to have your own conversation? Download your own free conversation guide from our partner Living Room Conversations.
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Our Green List
Check out our list of brands, policies & politicians who are enacting commonsense environmental practices.
Fresh From Our News
Climate advocates and the energy industry are often in opposition, seemingly unable to even acknowledge, let alone understand, the other side’s positions.
Climate protection donors from across the political spectrum are set to announce at CERA this week a new voter education campaign to unite the middle 70% of Americans behind practical and effective climate solutions. CERAWeek brings together global leaders to advance new ideas, insight and solutions to the biggest challenges facing the future of energy, the environment, and climate.
The man in charge of ensuring a successful climate change conference in Glasgow claims he is not an environmentalist, but he has become persuaded of the importance of addressing global warming.
Katharine Hayhoe, a Canadian climate scientist and evangelical Christian moved from South Bend Indiana to Lubbock Texas where she found herself in the middle of one of the most vast oil fields on Earth. She is now a climate policy professor and she sets out successful tactics for communicating the urgency of climate change across America’s political divide chapter by chapter.
Over Half of Kids Think Humanity Is DOOMED If We Don’t Act Soon Enough to Stop Destroying the Environment
The world is not ready for the coming implications of climate change. A new global survey reveals the high level of concern many teenagers have about climate change. Nearly 60% of the young people stated they were very concerned or extremely concerned.