Climate guide

Free Resource: Read these quick tips on how to talk about climate change.

It’s not always easy finding common ground on polarized issues. But studies show there’s something the majority of us do agree on: climate change is affecting our lives and we need to take action.

Researchers from Yale University confirmed that a record number of Americans — more than 70 percent — believe we’re seeing the very real effects of global warming right now.

That means your friends, family, and neighbors likely feel the same way you do about our planet — but we’re not talking about it.

I’ll admit that I’ve been guilty of sidestepping this topic in the past. It can seem daunting if you don’t know how to get the conversation started.

That’s why we’ve put together a guidebook with easy tips to help you have honest conversations about climate change.

Get your free copy of our Let’s Talk Climate e-Book today.

We can’t tackle such a serious problem if we don’t even talk about it. And with global emissions at record levels and extreme weather on the rise, we can’t afford to be silent anymore. The latest scientific projections show just how close we are to a dangerous tipping point.

You and I and the millions of Americans who are concerned about climate change need to raise our voices now. Together, we have the power to make climate a priority in our communities and our government.

So don’t wait. Download our free guide now to find out how you can do your part.

I know you’ll put these tips to good use — you never know how a single conversation you have can create a ripple effect. Thank you for all you do to support our mission.

Thank you,

Dave Strauss
Dave Strauss
Director of Membership
The Nature Conservancy 

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