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Dez
2005

The U.S. isn't joining the international discussions about global warming solutions

Send an e-card to friends and tell them to email Washington
//actionnetwork.org/ct/EpaYwHs1RmtN/

Leaders from around the world are meeting right now in Montreal to discuss international efforts to cut global warming pollution.

Unfortunately, the U.S. is not engaging in these discussions. Despite a lot of talk from Washington about global warming, the federal government has refused to take any meaningful action to cut global warming pollution.

Tell friends to email their elected officials! We need your help to get our "Enough Talk. Take Action!" message to Washington. Send an e-card to friends and help get Washington to take action on cutting global warming pollution:
//actionnetwork.org/ct/EpaYwHs1RmtN/

Or, if you haven't acted yet, watch our animation on global warming impacts and send an email to your elected officials:
//actionnetwork.org/EDF_Action_Network/yea_flash.html?member_key=i5sxe8425xwmjd&

In Montreal, countries are discussing the next phase of the Kyoto Protocol - the international agreement cutting global warming pollution. These are crucial discussions about long-term solutions, involving a historic effort by rainforest nations to curb deforestation.

But the U.S. is not joining in these negotiations, even though global warming's effects were all too visible in 2005.

Among the 2005 danger signs:

- The ferocity of recent hurricanes may be a sign that global warming is already intensifying tropical storms. And many scientists believe it will only get worse in the coming decades.

- Arctic sea ice melting advanced this summer, opening up the possibility of ice-free Arctic summers and dangerously accelerating global warming, as less ice leads to more heat absorption from the sun - a prospect with devastating consequences for polar bears and people alike.

- Coral reefs are bleaching and dying. These spectacular rainforests of the sea are at severe risk as warmer waters, more acidic oceans and stronger storms take their combined toll.

If we are going to stop global warming, we have to first deal with the hot air coming from our elected officials.

Send e-card to your friends and urge them to email Washington. It's time for Washington to join the fight to cut global warming pollution: //actionnetwork.org/ct/EpaYwHs1RmtN/

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