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Have you ever wondered what YOU can do about Climate Change?

BW2W wants to help you know exactly the kinds of things YOU can do to make a difference in our world’s resources. We know… you’re not a big corporation. Maybe not even a small one. You’re just you. But you love your world, your friends and neigbors, and even people across the planet that you’re never likely to meet. Extreme climate events will become more common and are here to stay. If we do nothing, we could see the planet warm 4 degrees Celsius in a matter of decades — causing catastrophic sea-level rise.  

So over the coming months, Beauty Woman to Woman Magazine is going to be checking in with Earthday.org and bringing to you a series of actions that ordinary people like you and I can do to MAKE A DIFFERENCE!



AP | President Biden signs an executive order on climate change on Jan. 27 at the White House.

We cannot remain silent and wait for things to change.

Just seven days into President Biden’s administration, he declared that the United States must “meet the moment” and raise our “climate ambition.” He backed that sentiment up with a set of sweeping executive orders directing the government to place the climate crisis at the center of domestic and foreign policy decisions. It was a welcome change from past presidents who have too often waited until the end of their terms to take any bold action to protect the environment.



Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi 
The Honorable Nancy Pelosi
Speaker of the House
U.S. House of Representatives
H-232, the Capitol
Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Madam Speaker

US House Majority Leader, Steny Hoyer
H-107 The Capitol, Washington DC 20515

 Dear Leader Hoyer

US House Minority Leader, Kevin McCarthy

The Honorable Kevin McCarthy
House Republican Leader
H-204 Capitol Building
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Leader McCarthy

US Senate Majority Leader, Charles Schumer 

The Honorable Charles E. Schumer
Minority Leader
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510

Dear Minority Leader Schumer

US Senate Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell 

The Honorable Mitch McConnell
Minority Leader
United States Senate
S-230 Capitol Building
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Senator McConnell:

I am respectfully urging members of both parties to find common ground and take swift and strong action on climate change. As the United States experiences hurricanes, floods, wildfires, droughts, and other climate-related extreme weather events, a clear majority of Americans support a transition to a clean energy future. 

We have reached a tipping point on climate action — scientists say we must act within the decade to avoid the most severe consequences of climate change.

As leaders of both houses of the legislative branch, you exercise significant influence and have it within your power to put solving the climate crisis on the agenda and pass significant legislation dealing with carbon emissions and building our green economy. But we must get past the gridlock in Washington. If you won’t do it legislatively, we will be forced to consider change at the Voting Booth!

The climate crisis can no longer be ignored or avoided. It’s time to come together as we’ve done countless times in our history to solve this problem once and for all.

Be sure to include your First and Last Name, your email address and mobile number. State that you are a constituent.

Thank you!

By calling on our leaders to put partisanship aside and work together to produce legislation that will help the US transition to a clean energy economy and low-carbon future.  

SMOKEY the BEAR says “Only YOU Can Prevent Forest Fires”

Also, be sure and be here next month for a very special visitor. For 75 years, he’s been the Forest Service’s Mascot and SMOKEY the BEAR will have your next Action step. Don’t Miss It!

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