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Kick Polluters Out Of The Climate Talks!

It's great that the UN is having their annual convention, but we certainly can do without those companies that profit over letting the earth burn to a crisp.
Kick Polluters Out Of The Climate Talks!

It's always a good thing when climate change is brought to the forefront around the world. Heck, this has been the hottest year I've every experienced in California in over twenty years and next week it's going back up to 90 freaking degrees. So it's great that the UN is having their annual convention, but we certainly can do without those that profit over letting the earth burn to a crisp.

The United Nations is having their annual convention on climate change. Good news, right?

Not exactly. Because they're also inviting the world's biggest polluters to be there -- as "stakeholders." But these corporate polluters have been in proximity to the halls of power all along, and you see how that's worked out for the rest of us.

(Click here to sign the pledge)

We say no to having the polluters included in these talks. What they've said hasn't been very helpful to the rest of us.

What's that old saying? Insanity = doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Let's try something new and concentrate on getting input from the rest of us -- the communities around the world who are affected by climate change.

Sign the petition: No polluters in our climate talks!

Thanks,
John

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