Animal Action Week: Stop Global Warming Pledge

Polar_bear Scientists warn that global warming is having – or will have – a negative impact on many species of animals, including humans. Melting polar ice caused by global warming is affecting marine mammals like harp seals and polar bears. Warmer oceans will likely have negative impacts on whales and if semiarid parts of Africa where elephants live become even drier, elephants will be at greater risk.

The IFAW Stop Global Warming Pledge gives you a chance to help protect the environment. Get your friends and family to sign the pledge. (in PDF)

FREE T-Shirt
Collect 100 signatures (in PDF) for the IFAW Stop Global Warming Pledge and you will receive a FREE T-shirt. To claim your free tee, send your Climate Change Pledge forms with at least one hundred different names to: Animal Action Week Pledge, IFAW Public Affairs, 411 Main Street, Yarmouth Port, MA 02675.

About Animal Action Week

Natural and human-made disasters affect the lives of thousands of animals and people every year. This year's theme is "To the Rescue! Emergency Relief for Animals." Learn more about Animal Action Week.

Comments: 2

 
Anonymous
4 years ago

The broad agreement among climate scientists that global temperatures will continue to increase has led some nations, states, corporations and individuals to implement responses. These responses to global warming can be divided into mitigation of the causes and effects of global warming, adaptation to the changing global environment, and geoengineering to reverse global warming.

 
Anonymous
6 years ago

I WISH PEOPLE WOULD WAKE UP BEFORE ITS TO LATE AND DO SOMETHING

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