Join us in the call for more ambitious and just climate action. With so much uncertainty in our world, charting a clear path forward on climate change is essential. Solutions that can minimize impacts, address health, racial and economic inequities, and build our communities and economy back stronger than ever are at hand. We need to unify American support and harness that power toward effective solutions.

Our moment for climate action is now. Join the MomentUs movement by completing the form below and indicating if you are signing and an individual, organization or both. We can make climate change an election and post-election priority by demonstrating extensive public support for determinant climate policy. MomentUs calls on all of us–including local, regional and national policymakers in the U.S.–to act with speed, scale and justice to ensure a thriving and equitable future for ourselves, our climate and our world. Join us.

MomentUs Commitment:
Our Time for Climate Action

We need to address climate change now. Together, we can bring about ambitious and equitable solutions rooted in shared American values that address climate risks and impacts and bring broad benefits to society. We have a moral imperative to act individually, organizationally and collectively to protect our health, our children, our communities, and our future while there is time left to chart a new path forward.
 
We call for ambitious climate policies from local, regional and national policymakers that eliminate carbon pollution, restore thriving natural systems, and prioritize justice and equity to protect and support all Americans. These solutions must halve carbon emissions each decade going forward, begin removing existing carbon pollution and correct racial, cultural, and economically based inequities and injustices.
 
We will also take action in our workplaces, communities, organizations and our homes to eliminate and reverse our contributions to climate pollution, advocate for ambitious policies at the local, regional and national levels, and encourage others to do the same.
 
Climate change is becoming irreversible, with consequences so dramatic they are impossible to overstate. But as before, in the darkest of times, American ingenuity and compassion can prevail for a brighter and more equitable tomorrow. Together we can turn this moment of trial into our greatest triumph. We invite you to join us.

Signup as an Individual, an Organization, or Both

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    • Individual Signup: By checking this box, I understand that I am agreeing to the MomentUs call to action and give permission for my name, title and organization (for identification purposes only) to be listed publicly as a signatory.
    • Organization Signup: By checking this box, I understand and state that I have the authority to sign the MomentUs call to action on behalf of my institution and give permission for the name and logo of my organization to be listed publicly as a signatory.


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    Charter Signatories (as of 10/22/20)
    Marcia Angle, MD, Public Health Physician
    Rev. Dr. Jim Antal*, Special Advisor on Climate Justice to UCC General Minister and President and Author: Climate Church, Climate World
    Hon. Ralph Becker, Executive Director, Central Wasatch Commission, 34th Mayor of Salt Lake City
    Ed Begley, Jr., Actor, Environmental Leader
    Dr. Bruce Bekkar, Board Member, Climate Action Campaign
    Dr. Georges Benjamin, Executive Director, American Public Health Association
    Dr. Regina Benjamin, MD, 18th U.S. Surgeon General
    Rev. Brooks Berndt, Minister for Environmental Justice, United Church of Christ
    Dr. Aaron Bernstein, MD, MPH, Interim Director, Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (Harvard C-CHANGE)
    Rev. Canon Sally Bingham, President Emeritus, Interfaith Power and Light
    Hon.  Jackie Biskupski, 35th Mayor, Salt Lake City
    June Blotnick, Executive Director, Clean Air Carolina
    Charlotte Brody, RN, National Director, Healthy Babies Bright Futures
    Rev. Dr. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas, Missioner for Creation Care Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts
    Hon. Kevin Burns, Mayor of Geneva, IL and Chairman, Metropolitan Mayors Caucus Environment Committee
    Rev. Tom Carr, Creation Justice Network Steering Committee Coordinator, American Baptist Churches USA
    Rev. Dr. Ambrose F. Carroll, Founder, Green The Church
    Jeff Carter, Executive Director, Physicians for Social Responsibility
    Anabell Castro Thompson, NP, 17th President, National Association of Hispanic Nurses
    Alan Chung, Entrepreneur    
    Gary Cohen, President, Health Care Without Harm
    Leah Missbach Day, Co-Founder, World Bicycle Relief
    Rev. Carol Devine, Minister, Green Chalice
    Rev. Rebecca Driscoll, Minister for Creation Justice, American Baptist Churches USA
    Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker*, Director, Social Action Commission, AME Church
    Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley, Board Chair, Interfaith Power and Light
    Dr. David T. Dyjack, Dr.PH, CIH Executive Director, National Environmental Health Association
    Dr. Chris Elisara, Director, Creation Care Task Force, World Evangelical Alliance
    Rev. Eric Elnes, Senior Minister, Countryside Community Church (UCC)
    Dr. Arthur Evans, PhD, CEO and EVP, American Psychological Association
    Ani Fête Crews*, Director, Blessed Tomorrow
    Sarah Finnie Robinson, Founding Director, The 51 Percent Project
    Dr. Antonio Flores, President & CEO, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
    Dr. Howard Frumkin, Dr.PH, MPH, MD, Former Director, National Center for Environmental Health, US CDC
    Joseph Gatto, Founder and Managing Partner, Orient Point Partners
    Dr. Lynn Goldman, MD, MPH, MS, Dean of the Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University
    Barb Gottlieb, Director of Environment and Health, Physicians for Social Responsibility
    Rabbi Steve Gutow*, The Religious Leadership and Civic Engagement Project Co-Director and Research Scholar, NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
    Vanessa Hauc, Senior Correspondent, Noticiero Telemundo
    Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson*, President, Auburn Seminary
    Adrienne L. Hollis, Senior Climate Justice and Health Scientist, Union of Concerned Scientists
    Rev. Teresa Hord Owens, General Minister and President, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the US
    Katie Huffling, RN, CNM, Executive Director, Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
    Fern Ingber, Founding President & CEO, National Children’s Oral Health Foundation
    Dr. Richard Jackson, MD, MPH, Former Director, CDC National Center for Environmental Health
    Rev. Stephanie Johnson, Chair, The Episcopal Church’s Task Force on the Care of Creation and Environmental Racism
    Hon. Elizabeth B. Kautz, Mayor, City of Burnsville, MN 
    Peggy Knudson, Chief Development Officer, Nuclear Threat Initiative
    Fred Krueger, Executive Coordinator, National Religious Coalition on Creation Care
    Dr. Philip J. Landrigan, MD, MSc, FAAP, Director, Program for Global Public Health and the Common Good   Boston College
    Frank Loy, Former Lead U.S. Climate Negotiator
    Harleen Marwah, MS, Founder and Chair, Medical Students for a Sustainable Future
    Imam Mohamed Magid, Executive Imam, All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) Center
    Dr. Beverly Malone, PhD, CEO, National League of Nursing
    Diane Mancino, EdD, RN, CAE, FAAN, Executive Director, National Student Nurses’ Association
    Leyla McCurdy*, MPhil, Environmental Health Consultant and Chair Climate for Health
    Brian D. McLaren, Vote Common Good, Center for Action and Contemplation, Auburn Senior Fellows, Auburn Seminary
    Kate Meis*, Executive Director, Local Government Commission
    Dan Misleh, Executive Director, Catholic Climate Covenant
    Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, III, Senior Pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ
    Matt Mullenweg, Co-Founder, WordPress; Founder & CEO, Automattic
    Dr. Samuel Myers, MD, MPH, Director, Planetary Health Alliance
    Tia Nelson, Climate Change Program Director, Outrider Foundation
    Hon. Greg Nickels, 51st Mayor, City of Seattle
    Caroline Niemczyk, Conservation Philanthropist
    Nsedu Obot Witherspoon*, MPH, Executive Director, Children’s Environmental Health Network
    Becky O’Brien, Director of Food and Climate, Hazon
    Carl Page, Entrepreneur
    Jonathan Parfrey*, Executive Director, Climate Resolve
    Dr. Jonathan Patz, MD, MPH, Professor and John P Holton Chair of Health and the Environment Director, Global Health Institute, University of Wisconsin – Madison
    Bob Perkowitz*, Founder and President, ecoAmerica
    Hon. Hattie Portis-Jones*, Council Member, Fairburn, GA
    Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, Founder and CEO, Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action 
    Bishop Staccato Powell, President, Board of Bishops, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
    Rebecca Rehr*, MPH, Director, Climate for Health
    Lisa Renstrom, Co-Founder, Values Advisor
    Rabbi Jonah Pesner, Director, Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism
    Hon. Jennifer Roberts*, Director, Path to Positive Communities, 58th Mayor of Charlotte
    Geof Rochester, Founder, GRC Advising
    Ted Roosevelt, V President, Redwood Grove Capital
    Dr. Linda Rudolph*, MD, MPH, Director, Center for Climate Change and Health, Public Health Institute US Climate and Health Alliance
    Rev. Dr. Gabriel Salguero, President, National Latino Evangelical Coalition
    Dr. Mona Sarfaty, MD, MPH, FAAFP, Executive Director, Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health
    Rev. Dr. Leah D. Schade, Ordained Lutheran Minister (ELCA), Assistant Professor of Preaching and Worship, Lexington Theological Seminary
    Sarah Schear, Advocacy Co-Chair, Medical Students for a Sustainable Future
    Brendan Shane, Director of Climate, The Trust for Public Land
    Philip Sharp, Chair, ecoAmerica; former U.S. Congressman
    Kathy Smith, Creation Justice Network Steering Committee, American Baptist Churches USA                 
    Meighen Speiser*, Executive Director, ecoAmerica
    Rabbi Warren Stone, Co-Chair, National Religious Coalition on Creation Care
    Tom Sturgess, Sturgess Consulting, Ltd.
    Rabbi Daniel Swartz, Executive Director, Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life
    Ellen Townley, Advocacy Co-Chair, Medical Students for a Sustainable Future
    Rev. Cameron Trimble, CEO, Convergence
    Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker, Senior Lecturer and Research Scholar, The Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale
    Sarita Turner, Vice President of U.S. Programs, Institute for Sustainable Communities
    Lise Van Susteren, Psychiatrist, Private Practice
    John Walter, Chairman, Ashlin Management Company
    Parker White, Co-Founder & CEO, Unety
    Dr. Sacoby Wilson, Associate Professor, Applied Environmental Health (MIAEH), University of Maryland
    Sarah Wright, Executive Director, Utah Clean Energy
    *Founding Task Force Member
    Charter Organizational Signatories (as of 10/22/20)
    AME Church -Social Action Commission
    American Academy of Pediatrics
    American Baptist Churches USA
    American Public Health Association
    Auburn Seminary
    Blessed Tomorrow
    Center for Climate Change and Health at the US Climate and Health Alliance
    Climate for Health
    Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action
    ecoAmerica
    Green The Church
    Hazon
    Health Care Without Harm
    Local Government Commission
    Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health
    Medical Students for a Sustainable Future
    National League for Nursing
    National Religious Coalition on Creation Care
    National Student Nurses Association
    Path to Positive Communities
    Union of Concerned Scientists
    Union for Reform Judaism
    World Evangelical Alliance

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    About Us

    MomentUs is a campaign calling for ambitious and equitable climate solutions at the local, regional and national levels. It was created by ecoAmerica and leaders and organizations from health, faith and local communities sectors to engage a broader diversity of Americans in climate action and advocacy, and make a meaningful difference in the trajectory of solutions.

    MomentUs signatories affirm the public statement, engage in the call to action and agree to be listed in communications to local, regional and national policymakers and the public. They will be provided updates on the campaign’s progress, granted access to tools, resources and events, and welcomed into a network of collaboration and collective impact.

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