Historic Milestone for Stop Global Warming Virtual March

From: Laurie David
This week the Virtual March grew to over 500,000 marchers! The movement to stop global warming is here, now and growing louder each day. The diversity of our new partners goes to show that we are all part of this problem, and we all need to be part of the solution. New partners include Pastor Tri Robinson, pop culture designer Paul Frank, Olympic snowboarder Shaun White, The Los Angeles Zoo, Me&Ro Jewelry, and rock band Guster.

Thanks to the Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo music festivals, and to marcher Bon Jovi, for encouraging music fans this summer to join the Virtual March.


While the Virtual March continues to grow during the fall, the icon of the season – changing leaves – is being threatened by global warming. Click here to read more about global warming's threat to New England's rich autumn colors.

Another surprising impact from global warming is the recent declining pumpkin crop. The severe rains of the spring and extreme heat of the summer has directly reduced the number of pumpkins grown in the United States. One farmer reports that his normal crop of 70 tons of pumpkins shrunk to only 12 tons this season. Now we are talking about our Halloween jack-o-lanterns and Thanksgiving dessert.


By marching, you have taken the first step to be part of the movement to stop global warming, but perhaps you are asking, "What else can I do?" Here are a few action tips for the fall:

* Get five more people to join you on the Virtual March.

* Check out "Ten Tips for an Earth Friendly Halloween"

* Buy "Stop Global Warming: The Solution is You!" which has lots of ideas for becoming part of the solution. Stop Global Warming Marchers get 25% off. Click here to buy (enter code SGW06 at purchase for discount).

* Watch Virtual March partner The Weather Channel's new weekly show about global warming, The Climate Code with Dr. Heidi Cullen.

* Pick one StopGlobalWarming.org Take Action tip and start doing it in your everyday life.

It's not about doing everything; it’s about doing something – even just one thing. The solution is you!

Keep Marching!

Laurie David


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