Global Climate Strike

Overview Kathleen Hutton

Joint Business Statement Supporting Global Climate Strike

We are businesses that have come together in support of the Global Climate Strikes in September 2019. The intent of the statement is to clearly demonstrate in one voice our concern for the gravity of the climate crisis and to stand with the youth demanding bold action on global climate policy. It will appear in media, on websites, on social media.


Sign-on Statement

The climate crisis is an existential threat to people and the planet, with the most vulnerable populations being hit first and hardest. Our actions in the next 18 months will be critical to determining the future of our planet. We must drastically change way we make, grow, and build things. We must change the way we travel, live, eat, and power our communities. We must change the way we do business.

It’s time for an end to the age of fossil fuels.

As business leaders, we are committed to being accountable for, and reducing our impact on the planet. But we know that’s not enough. We stand with the youth climate movement in demanding urgent action on climate change.

The global youth climate movement is sounding the alarm on the climate crisis. For the past year students around the world have organized school strikes demanding bold action on climate. This September they are calling on all of us to join them. As businesses committed to sustainability and climate action, we are answering that call by joining and amplifying the #ClimateStrike.

Businesses Taking Action!

Additional Business Sign-ons

 

CleanChoice Energy

First WORLD

A.K. A Coach and Company

The Jia Group

SunCommon

North American Climate, Conservation and Environment

Blackledge Furniture

Appropriate Technology Group

Small Wonder Communications

Marin Sunshine Realty

Wiltse Kitchen

Partnership Studies

Pipe Organs/Golden Ponds Farm

EDB Organization

City of Las Cruces

Detour

The Green Engineer, Inc.

Jim Schulman Architect

Shifting Patterns Consulting

Telecom for Charity

Arcadia Power

Our Natural Homes

Alston C Lundgren, MD, PC

Encore Renewable Energy

Environmental & Public Health Consulting

Solberg Manufacturing, Inc.

Ground Floor Partners

One Green Planet LLC

Transformative Wealth Management

AGL Media Group

Medicine Buddha Coaching

Breast Cancer Prevention Partners

Eikosphere

At The Epicenter

ReVenture

Responsible Leader Group, LLC

WS Badger Company

MegaFood

Dr. Bronner’s

Indigo Agriculture

Sir Kensington’s

Schmidt’s

Image Relay

Chelsea Green Publishing
REY architecture + interiors
Paul Millman
The Alchemist
Opening Ceremony
Opinionated
Sticky Paws Meadery
Bandidas Taqueria
Package Free
Thinx

Good for Business

Sunsprout Farms of Central Ohio LLC

A Better World

The John Leary Organization

Exact Solar

Mercury Press International

Emerson Gardening Services

Package Free

Emerson Gardening Services

Stuffst

ClearTech

Toast Ale
Montgomery & Granai PC
Johnnie Brook Creative
Sterling College
Groennfell Meadery
Sustainable Heating Outreach & Education, Inc.
CVOEO
Grassroots Solar, Inc
Greenvest
Aegis Renewable Energy
West Hill Shop
Danforth Pewter
Mamava
Scream Agency
Carbon Analytics
Group14 Engineering, PBC
Namasté Solar
Brattleboro Savings & Loan
Clif Bar & Company
Ever Better, PBC
Encore Renewable Energy
Good-Loop
HELM Construction Solutions
Allbirds

DayQuest Life Counseling and Healthy-Mind Services

Socrates Dog Walking

Tai Chi 4 L.I.F.E.

Speakable

Buckminster Fuller Institute

Tim’s Naturals

Howard Formby Garden Design

Attention To Details

Blue Earth Planning, Engineering & Design, PC

Sekoyia

CMG

Boykin Industries, LLC

Brother David’s

Navitas Organics

Blue Dot Advocates, PBC

Julie Goes Green

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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Action Businesses are Taking

3P Partners, Inc.

We’re driving our communities to take action on climate change!

A Better World    

Involved in renewable energy projects

A Bookkeeping Cooperative

Involved in renewable energy projects!

American Sustainable Business Council

Broad outreach to the business community.

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Business Actions You Can Take

Supporting the Strike

  • Reach out to your customers and engage them in participating in the Climate Strikes on the 20th
  • Close your operations so your staff can take paid time off to participate in the Strike events
  • Promote the climate strike through social media and direct staff and customers to globalclimatestrike.net
  • Donate to the Youth Climate Action fund
  • “Green out” your website on September 20 to redirect all web traffic to Global Climate Strike

Business Additional Actions

  • Increase your commitment to 100% renewable in your practices
  • Support public policy at the local, state and national level from carbon pricing to 100% Renewables bills
  • Mobilize your supply chain and business networks to join the efforts