Fight the Flood
It’s all up to us to become leaders in the fight against climate change. Join a growing movement of people around the world who are working to keep their local communities safe from climate impacts.
To solve climate change, governments need to get serious about making polluters pay for their carbon emissions. You can make a powerful statement by paying a voluntary “carbon tax” which goes to protecting critically important forests and coastal ecosystems.Take Action
Put a Price on it
A price on carbon levels the playing field for renewable energy, reduces pollution, and generates jobs and revenue. Join the campaign to support this bi-partisan solution to climate change.Take Action
The Flood Maps
See how much flooding could happen in your coastal area.Take Action
Climate Action Hub
There are many ways you can make a difference on climate change. The Climate Action Hub highlights an array of opportunities offered by a network of leading nonprofit organizations and climate change experts. Get involved today!Submit an Action
Stop the Destruction of the Leuser Ecosystem
Major snack brands are driving the destruction of critical rainforests like the Leuser Ecosystem to produce the cheap Conflict Palm Oil found in packaged foods. Add your name to tell major snack brands to stop the destruction of critical forests.
Take Action to End Amazon Crude
Amazon crude is destroying the rainforest, devastating our climate, and it is deadly to indigenous peoples. Sign this petition to help End Amazon Crude.
Make a Promise to the Future
Submit a letter, photo or video to your child, family or future self about your promise to act on climate. Share your message of why we must act now and become part of our archive at deartomorrow.org.
Take Arctic Oil to Court
This pending court case could keep millions of barrels of oil in the ground. Add your name and Greenpeace will submit a global list of concerned citizens as evidence of the growing movement against Arctic oil drilling.
14 Ways to Reduce Your Climate Impact
The most important thing we do to make a difference on climate change is to pressure our politicians to take the crisis seriously. But we can also help by making adjustments to our own consumption choices -- from the food we eat to the vehicles we drive. Learn ways to reduce your climate impact.
World Leaders, Stop Funding Fossil Fuels
Send your message demanding world leaders stop funding fossils fuels! Right now, the world's richest nations are spending $444 billion a year to prop up the fossil fuel industry using taxpayer money. It's time to eliminate these destructive subsidies and invest instead in clean energy.
Get Your Mayor to Commit to Climate Action
See if your city is committed to the Compact of Mayors, the world's largest coalition of cities combating climate change. Make sure your mayor commits and uses the resources provided to take climate action.
Sign the Petitition to Save Argentina's Forests
Since 2007, Argentina has had its own Forests Law to protect important wild ecosystems, but businessmen and oil producers all over the country continue to cut down protected forests. Sign the petition to stop them now.
Get Your City Ready for 100% Clean Energy
#Readyfor100 is a grassroots campaign driven by volunteers who want good jobs, clean air and a better quality of life in their communities. 17 U.S. cities have committed to 100% clean, renewable energy, which will help the climate and create good paying jobs. Get your city to join!
Pull Your Investments and Go Fossil-free
Fossil Free Funds enables investors large and small to see the fossil fuel holdings and the carbon footprint embedded in their mutual funds, 401(k) plans, pensions, and retirement savings. It is free and operates in the US, UK, Germany, France, Denmark, and Hong Kong.
Tell your representatives to fight for #OurWild
Throughout the US an ugly movement is growing to give parts of national forests, parks, refuges and other wild areas to the states. If this happens, beloved recreation lands can easily be sold for mining, oil and gas and other developments. Contact your state representatives and tell them to protect #OurWild.