We're Still In, Are You?

We're joining the ranks of leading climate action and environmental organizations to say to the 194 countries committed to the Paris Agreement, that we're still in.

It's no longer news now that on June 1st, President Trump announced the United States would withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. We've provided a legal breakdown of what this will entail and highlighted state and local actions that affirm climate action commitments to the Paris Agreement in our last blog.

Regardless of how slow-motion an actual US withdrawal will be, President Trump's announcement in the Rose Garden threatens our security, our public health and welfare, our economic prosperity, and our clean energy industry, which supports millions of US jobs - more than all fossil fuels combined. It threatens the air we breathe and the water we drink. It threatens our ecosystems and our planet.

Withdrawing from the Paris Agreement does not represent the will of the American people. There is something you can do.

Governors, mayors, businesses, investors, and universities across the country have started collaborating as never before to work toward the goals of the Paris Agreement. They’re still in, and we are too.

Become a Citizen Supporter of the Paris Agreement.  Click here to say you’re still in!



#IAmStillIn Participating Organizations include: CAP, Sierra Club, NRDC, LCV, Environment America, Oxfam, Climate Nexus, EDF, Climate Reality Project, OFA, Union of Concerned Scientists, Interfaith Power and Light, World Wildlife Fund, Resistance Manual, Chicago Women Take Action, National Health Law Program, Moms Clean Air Force, Defend our Future, 350.org, Public Citizen, ProgressNow, Hip Hop Caucus, Wall of Us, Pantsuit Nation, An Inconvenient Sequel, 5 calls, Ohio Environmental Council, Progress Ohio, Truman National Security Project, Together We Will, Climate Hawks Vote, CenterLink: the Community of LGBT Centers, Generation Progress, Progress Now New Mexico, Earthjustice, Mothering Justice, ClimateTruth.org, Center for Biological Diversity, National Wildlife Federation, Earthworks, RISE Stronger, The Wilderness Society, Action Together New Jersey, Geos Institute, Defenders of Wildlife, Rocky Mountain Institute, NextGen Climate, Environmental Law and Policy Center, Impact Human, Center for International Environmental Law, Voices for Progress, Greenpeace