The New York Times:
“July was Earth’s hottest month on record”
In case you missed it, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released data showing that July was the world’s hottest month ever recorded.
When I was in the Navy, we had a term for this moment — all hands on deck.
The data from NOAA — on the heels of a new UN climate report showing that our planet will only get hotter if we don’t act ASAP — confirms the worsening and dangerous trend of climate change.
John, Senate Democrats are working with the Biden Administration to take bold action on climate. In the Senate, we recently passed a major piece of bipartisan legislation that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions, invest in climate-resilient infrastructure, and create more clean energy jobs. It’s an important first step in our efforts to tackle climate change and save our planet.
But if we lose our Senate Majority next year, it will throw a wrench in the Biden Administration’s agenda and our efforts to address the climate crisis. That’s why your support is so critical for building our grassroots organization for 2022. Please consider making a contribution before tonight’s end-of-month deadline.
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