The Planet

Send a Love Letter From #EarthtoParis

by Eric Pfeiffer

December 8, 2015

We’re now in the second week of negotiations at the COP21 conference in Paris, and momentum is building, with more and more countries acknowledging the crucial goal of limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. It’s an ambitious target to hit, and we need your help to deliver a bold message to the delegates, negotiators, and observers.

So we hope you’ll join us as we send a love letter from Earth to Paris this week. Just add your name here. Our message will be delivered directly to the negotiators on Thursday, December 10 at Le Bourget in Paris, where the COP21 climate conference is taking place. 

As Morgan Freeman puts it in a new video, “There is no voice more beautiful than the voice of the world speaking as one. And the world has spoken.” Already we’ve seen an outpouring of voices from people around the world who want world leaders to know the importance of making a commitment to combating climate change. But there’s still more time to make our united voice even stronger. Together, we can help ensure that real action is taken on climate change both today and in the years to come. 

Adds Freeman, “Make this the moment the world has been waiting for. Make this the turning point against climate change. The time to act is now.” Let’s work together make real progress on climate change. Add your name here.

Film by Nirvan / GOOD. Narrated by Morgan Freeman. Music: "Allegro Prestissimo" performed by Yo-Yo Ma & Bobby McFerrin, courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment. Nature footage courtesy of Moving Art by Louie Schwartzberg. Produced by SpecialOrder.co. Add your voice to the global call for climate action: http://www.earthtoparis.org/ #LoveEarth

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Send a Love Letter From #EarthtoParis