We need your help.
Every action goes a long way, and there are many that you can do today!
On February 4th, 2019, President Schlissel announced the making of a Presidential Carbon Neutrality Commission. Tell Schlissel that you think of the commission that is representative, transparent, and accountable is necessary to achieve success.
The Climate Action Movement puts on events surrounding the UM Regents Meeting every month. The meetings are open to the public, and CAM has up to 5 speakers sign up to speak, urging UM to go carbon neutral. A crowd is necessary to show that there is widespread support, so CAM provides green shirts, banners, and posters for audience members to wear and hold. Find out more details about when the meetings are.
One of the easiest ways to get involved is by signing our petition! We already have over 1200 signatures urging UM to go carbon neutral by 2030. Sign on!
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The movement for a clean and sustainable future is larger than just at the University of Michigan. Calling your senators is an easy way to make a difference. With climate legislation such as the Green New Deal trying to be passed through Congress, calling your senators and urging them to support climate legislation is necessary for them to know that there is broad-scale popular support for these initiatives
The Climate Action Movement at U-M has sent the following letter to Governor Whitmer asking for her to decline an honorary degree and any honorary degree from institutions that still invest in fossil fuels and/or make a statement urging the University to reconsider divesting from fossil fuels. This request is inspired by the pledge Christiana Figueres and Bill McKibben took to decline honorary degrees for institutions that have not divested from fossil fuels.