At Ben & Jerry’s, we believe the science of global warming is settled. The question now is, what are we doing about it?
This September the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon, has called for a special summit of world leaders from across the globe to discuss climate change. In this one of a kind climate summit, they will attempt to lay the foundation for a legally binding climate action agreement in anticipation of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris next year. This could be the chance to achieve, for the first time in over 20 years, a universal agreement that may change our climate future and save our planet.
It’s not just the UN taking action this September. People across the globe are rallying together for one of the largest climate rallies in history slated for September 21st. Just days before the UN convenes, the People’s Climate March will take place in New York City bringing together activists, non-profits, citizens and businesses. The goal is to show the world that the time to act on climate change is now if we hope to preserve our globe. Because just like ice cream, if it’s melted, it’s ruined.
Here’s how you can help:
- Join a solidarity march. There will be solidarity marches in many cities around the world so check to see if there are any in your city, and if not you can start one: act.350.org/event/peoples_climate/search/ A few folks from Ben & Jerry’s across the globe will be joining in as well, here:
- Live in Vermont? We’re bringing 10 buses of Vermonters down to the rally in New York City, and it’ll only take a $15 donation to 350.org to get there. Learn more here: www.350vt.org
- Live in NYC? Get all the details about how to attend the march here.
- Join the global movement at: www.350.org