Only Two Words Count

BY ON November 25, 2014

Thank you tag next to autumn leaf

Only two words count right now: Thank you.

Together, we have done amazing things this year. We’ve marched. We’ve met with legislators. We’ve made noise. Lots of noise.

So far nearly 170,000 of you have signed our petition to support the first ever protections from greenhouse gas pollution.

Okay. One more word: Please. The deadline for comments to EPA is next Monday, so if you haven’t taken this simple action telling EPA you want protection from carbon pollution, do sign on.

But what I really want to do here is to thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for all you have done to make this a vibrant, effective, smart and passionate force to be reckoned with. Your voices make all the difference in the world. And that will mean a world of difference for our little ones. One day, they, too, will say the two words that mean so much to anyone’s heart: Thank you.


TOPICS: Activism, Carbon Pollution, EPA