1) Educate your representatives and policymakers about climate change. Right after an election is often the time when our policymakers are the most available and open to meeting with constituents and an important time to educate them on climate change. Check out our talking points, the guide to running a good meeting, and sample letters to the editor.
2) Organize your community for 100% clean energy. Local action on climate change is an important way to make progress towards 100% clean energy and build momentum for this action at the state and federal levels. Many cities around the country and in Michigan are committing to 100% clean energy goals, and it often just takes a handful of committed citizens. We have a whole toolkit for local action, check it out. Start organizing your community today!
3) Join MiCAN as a member. People and organizations that are part of our network make our climate movement strong.
4) Donate to MiCAN to support our work to build our climate movement, elevate climate as a top issue, and move forward solutions.
Thinking will not overcome fear but action will. - W. Clement Stone