During the 2012 campaign, climate change became an issue too big to ignore - Hurricane Sandy made landfall and became one of the most destructive storms ever to hit our shores.
With President Obama winning a second term, it's time to hit the reset button on combating climate change. We get it: the cost of not doing anything is far greater than the cost of cutting carbon. Let's come together and take advantage of this opportunity to move America toward clean air and clean energy.
Send a message to President Obama asking for his plan to fight climate change in his second term - because we can't afford to wait another four years.
Congratulations, Mr. President.
You said in your victory speech that "we want our children to live in an America... that isn't threatened by the destructive power of a warming planet."
With your campaign for a second term over, it's time for us to launch the Mother of All Campaigns - a campaign to stop climate change.
Mother Nature became an important player in this election, too big to ignore. Her strategy? Extreme Weather. With Hurricane Sandy, one of the most destructive storms ever to hit America's shores, climate chaos finally became part of an urgent national - and bipartisan - conversation. Sandy's fury was fed by warmer oceans, warmer air, more rainfall, higher sea levels - all because of global warming.
We get it: the cost of not doing anything is far greater than the cost of cutting carbon. We ignore climate chaos to our peril. So we are sending you a message, Mr. President: Please lead the world to climate stability. Give America your best plan to fight climate chaos.
Our campaign promise: we'll work with you to do whatever it takes to slow down climate chaos.
Keep up the great work. Look what you've accomplished!
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