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bringing together your favorite celebrities for a “code red” climate moment

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Will you send a message to your senators and representative now to demand their support for the Buil

Will you send a message to your senators and representative now to demand their support for the Build Back Better Act? [Climate Power]( First, the UN released a dire climate report authored by more than 200 scientists -- dubbed a “code red for humanity.” Then, President Biden called this summer’s wildfires, hurricanes, floods, and extreme heat a “code red” moment in the climate crisis. Now, it’s our turn to demand action from Congress at this CODE RED moment -- and a chorus of familiar faces will be joining you. [Will you send a message to your senators and representative now to demand their support for the Build Back Better Act? Click here, it will only take a minute.]( You’ll join dozens of artists, activists, celebrities, musicians, actors, and influencers demanding bold climate action. If you’re curious, here are just a few: Billie Eilish, Finneas, Maroon 5, Jon Batiste, Radiohead, Dave Matthews Band, Chuck D, B-Real, Big Red Machine, Brittany Howard, Leonardo DiCaprio, EarthGang, Jane Fonda, Amy Schumer, Mark Ruffalo, Foo Fighters, Dead & Company, Bonnie Raitt, Rosanna Arquette, AJR, Stephen Marley, Damian Marley, Grouplove, Huey Lewis and The News, Wilco, Jeff Probst, Lindsey Buckingham, Michael Imperioli, Carole King, Michael Franti, Melissa Etheridge, Norman and Lyn Lear, Kurtis Blow, Guster, Alec Benjamin, Paris Hilton, Bright Eyes, Deepak Chopra, Poo Bear, Nabil Elderkin, Sasha Sirota, Mary Chapin Carpenter, The Audibles, The Brook and the Bluff, Hesta Prynn, Chelsea Clinton, Tom Steyer and many, many more. Right now, we have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to act on climate that matches the scale of this crisis. But the fight is far from over. Your members of Congress still need to hear from you, and we need all hands on deck. [We are so close, yet so far. This is our best, last hope to tackle this crisis. Tell your representative NOW: it’s #CodeRedCongress and they must act.]( Thanks for being in this fight, - Climate Power [tw]( [fb]( [yt]( [ig]( [Home]( [About]( [CP]( Climate Power 555 Capitol Mall, Suite 1095 Sacramento, CA 95814 United States If you wish to no longer receive email from us, please [unsubscribe](.

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