Cars submerged in Houston, Texas, US during hurricane Harvey. Water could enter the engine, transmission parts or other places. Disaster Motor Vehicle Insurance Claim Themed. Severe weather concept.

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Katrina-demolished lighthouse on the shore of Lake Pontchartrain, near the Causeway bridge.

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Traffic on flooded roads in Houston.

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Cars submerged in Houston, Texas, US during hurricane Harvey. Water could enter the engine, transmission parts or other places. Disaster Motor Vehicle Insurance Claim Themed. Severe weather concept.

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Climate change is here and it's reaching into your wallet

The impact of climate change is closer to home than you may realize.

We must act now!

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THE CLIMATE CRISIS IS YOUR PROBLEM

You don’t have to be an environmentalist to see the effects of climate change. Extreme weather, floods, and wildfires are more likely to occur today than at any point in human history. That means your home, your farm, your land, your cars, and your business are at greater risk of being damaged or destroyed. 

 

Meanwhile, the government is taking money out of your pocket to subsidize and deregulate oil, natural gas, and coal industries that make the problem worse.

 

There are two things these companies and their lobbyists fear the most–science and truth. It’s time to start using them to debunk misinformation once and for all and advocate for changes that protect your assets and the planet.

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DONATE

 

THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND is building a grassroots coalition at the community level to educate the public about the urgency of climate change, explain how the climate crisis is already affecting regular people financially each day, and stop activities that cause climate change. Your donation will support these efforts and help us make a difference.

 

There’s no more time to wait. Climate change is here. Let’s take action now.

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JOIN OUR COALITION

 

There are plenty of ways to get involved, from volunteering and media outreach to forming strategic partnerships that bring more attention to the urgency and impact of climate change. Let’s discuss how we can work together!