Let's unite for real political power!

You are hereby invited to be a point person in your Congressional District as part of our “Adopt-A-District'' campaign. Help lead and find others to bring together community groups and activists across policy passions for powerful advocacy. The goal is to build a big web of influential leaders who can reach deep into the political machinery and bring elected officials to serious climate action. Nothing is more important. Sign up to be a volunteer.

Who do you know who knows someone who worked on the campaign? What community groups are you or a friend connected to? This is for our children. It’s our pollution we’re trying to stop. So they can enjoy this planet as we did or suffer unimaginable disruption. This is that moment. History will never forget what this generation does - or doesn’t do. Join the action!

Join Adopt-A-Distict (AAD) Sign up today.

Open Meetings
2nd Saturday of each month. Focus: Bills, Congress, Movement Updates. Attend 2nd Saturday meetings
4th Wednesday of each month. Focus: AAD, Network, Movement Updates. Attend 4th Wednesday meetings

Youth Team: Fridays for Future: f4f.nyc@gmail.com. Youth AAD sign up

Quick List AAD Leads: District Leads (also below)

Advocacy Materials: Toolkit for emails to electors

Climate Bill Package: Bill Details and NGO Leads

Team Lead: Gregg Wagner - greggtwag@gmail.com

The Demands and Asks: As an organizing focus and first “asks”, we’re starting with a Climate Bill Package of existing legislation that spans many topics. These bills - on FF tax subsidies, plastics, farming, fracking, forests, wetlands, and more - are the tools to recruit activists passionate on these topics, and to unite local groups.

As we develop the comprehensive EARTH BILL, we will add to our demands together. We are also engaging with other coalitions and faith groups for more immediate action, likely to be focused on mandates for pollution reduction by key industries as part of budget bills.

Rarely are so few people so important, but 435 Representatives and 100 Senators will determine the fate of humanity and life on Earth. Yet for too long, corporations have controlled the votes. Let’s unite and take back our political power.

AAD Leads’ Associations Please note that this is not an endorsement by any group, but that activists associated with these groups are AAD Leads. 1st Unitarian Church Portland, 20 Billion Minds, 350 Brooklyn, 350 Chicago, 350 Colorado Action, 350 Denver, 350 Montana, 350 Santa Fe, 350Brooklyn, 350Kishwaukee, 350NJ-Rockland, 350NYC, 350Seattle, 350WA - Civic ActionTeam, Acterra, Alabama Interfaith Power and Light, Center for Earth Ethics, Center for Sustainable Economy, CFSA, Citizens Climate Lobby, Climate Action Iowa, Climate Action RI, Climate Crisis Policy, Climate Dads, Climate Justice Working Group (Quakers), Climate Reality Denver Metro Chapter, Climate Reality Project, Climate Reality Project NYC, Climate Reality Thurston WA, CLIO Institute, Divest NY, East Hampton Energy Sustainability Committee, Environmental Leadership Program, Extinction Rebellion NYC, Faiths4Future, Fridays for Future NYC, GreenTrack, Sustainable Economies, Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development, IPSEC, Lions Club, Long Islanders for Climate Justice, LWV Illinois, Metro NY Catholic Climate Movement, Netroots Nation, New York Environmental Law & Justice Project, NJ Sierra Club Chapter, North American Climate, Conservation and Environment (NACCE), Northeast Organic Farmers Association, NYPAN, Olympia Indivisible, Our Revolution Lake County, Parliament of the World's Religions, People's Justice Council, Quakers, Rachel Carson Council, Right To Health, Santa Cruz Climate Action Network, Save Our Illinois Land (SOIL), Sierra Club NYC, St. John’s United Methodist Church, Sustainable Hudson Valley, Temple Beth Hatfiloh Green Team, The Climate Ribbon, Trade Justice Education Fund, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, Unitarian Universalists, Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community, Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice, United Church of Christ, UUs for Just Economy (UUJEC), Yale University, and more.

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District Party Representative Sponsored Bills Adopt District Lead
Rhoda VanderhartEmail: Orgs: Gulf Coast Creation Care
Richard StuckeyEmail: Orgs: Save Our Illnis Land, Sierra Club
Mary ShesgreenEmail: marysedrop@att.netOrgs: Save Our Illinois Land
Rachel VenturaEmail: Orgs: Will County Board Member, District 9
Marian GonsiorEmail: Orgs: Earth Bill Network
Robert PollockEmail: robert.k.pollock@gmail.comOrgs: Climate Crisis Policy, CFSA, Climate Reality
Jean DarlingEmail: Orgs: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, and 350 Santa Fe
Terry MichaudEmail: tkmichnow@gmail.comOrgs: Metro NY Catholic Climate Movement
Terry MichaudEmail: tkmichnow@gmail.comOrgs: Metro NY Catholic Climate Movement
Thomas CafferyEmail: tacaffrey@gmail.comOrgs: Metro New York Climate Movement
Nancy LorenceEmail: n.lorence2013@gmail.comOrgs: Metro NY Catholic Climate Movement
Rachel MakleffEmail: Orgs: Earth Bill Network
Mary Jane GocherEmail: Orgs: St. Francis Xavier Environment Ministry
Liz VigilEmail: Orgs: St. Francis Xavier Environment Ministry
Jose MenaEmail: Orgs: Earth Bill Network
Rebecca DengroveEmail: Orgs: Earth Bill Network
Bro. Paul D CrawfordEmail: Orgs: Capuchin Franciscan Provinice of St. Mary
Courtney WilliamsEmail: Orgs: Earth Bill Network
Marta GomezEmail: gomezcaticha@gmail.comOrgs: Bethlehem Morning Voice Huddle
Lisa AdamsonEmail: Orgs: Earth Bill Network
Peter SergienkoEmail: petersergienko@gmail.comOrgs: Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon; IPL Oregon; Chair Creation Justice Committee