Most of us are already fighting climate change in some way and on some level. That makes us all climate activists, and we can identify as such. Sometimes, though, it takes an invitation to get people to claim the title. Meanwhile, it’s human nature to like and identify with others who feel the same way.
These are the simple ideas behind the Knights of the Climate Covenant, a nonprofit on a mission to increase the number of people in the world who take nonviolent personal, community and political actions to address global warming and resulting climate change.
Being knighted serves as an easy entry into the climate activism fold for people who are concerned but have not been given “permission” to think of ourselves as activists, even though we’re probably already doing the little things that can help curb global warming and likely will do more once we’re engaged.
We need as many Knights as possible. The need is critical. Time is of the essence.
This is your invitation.
Take the Pledge. Save the Planet.
There’s something powerful about making a promise in writing and putting your signature to it. The act makes the promise more concrete, more real, which means we’re more likely to think about it when making decisions and, ultimately, more likely to keep the promise. It helps us consistently maintain our integrity, if not for others then at least for ourselves. That’s what The Climate Covenant is all about. Download and sign it today!
Shout Out Your Commitment to the Fight!
Get your Knights of the Climate Covenant gear! Proceeds from stickers, patches (and soon T-shirts) and the like are used to reach more people and amplify the messaging of local, regional, national and international advocacy organizations and climate-focused news outlets. We also encourage you to support those groups and outlets directly as they engage in the fight against climate change.
Raise awareness regarding the existential threat of the climate crisis and inform people of actions each of us can take to combat it.
Engage people in addressing the climate crisis in whatever ways we are able.
Enable anyone and everyone who is concerned about climate change to identify as climate activists.
Amplify the messages of climate crisis activists and climate-focused news outlets.
Inspire people to talk about the climate crisis with our families, friends, neighbors and elected officials.
Normalize mindsets and behaviors that reduce and eliminate negative environmental and planetary impacts.
Support each other in a world with an overabundance of climate-change deniers.