24 Hours Of Reality: 24 Reasons For Hope

Every movement has its moment. This is ours.

On September 16-17, Al Gore, chairman and founder of The Climate Reality Project, will share 24 reasons why he’s hopeful that we CAN solve the climate crisis. 

Want to watch? RSVP now, then invite your friends to join. 

The Climate Reality Project is bringing together some of the most influential voices in the climate movement to showcase the exciting progress happening all around the world in a global online broadcast, 24 Hours of Reality: 24 Reasons for Hope.

This daylong event will highlight the growing momentum for solutions to global warming, and kick off 12 months of concerted climate action worldwide. 

The entire event will be streamed live – free – for 24 hours straight at http://24HoursofReality.org 

The reality is this: our climate is changing, and it’s changing fast. But all around us, there is hope. Across the planet, millions are demanding an end to carbon pollution — and our leaders are finally listening. The shift to a low-carbon economy is on and is accelerating by the day.

This isn’t some faraway future. The moment is here. 

It’s up to all of us to rally around the good news, to embrace the solutions, and help make sure that clean energy is our future. RSVP now, and let’s make progress our new reality.” (ClimateHope)

The Climate Reality Project is hugely important. Just like last year, they’re hosting a live 24-hour event on the 16th to the 17th of September. Al Gore will host it again, along with other people passionate about solving the climate crisis.

I know I’ll be tuning in, listening, learning, and promoting the 24 Hours of Reality. Will you? Onwards!

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