Many people here in the U.S. and around the world feel climate change is the most important issue facing humanity. Our children's futures are at stake. We need to make changes now!
Many scientists say we are reaching a dire tipping point with Climate Change. As President how would you make the United States the Global leader in the Climate Change fight?
Climate change is real and primarily caused by human behavior. We need immediate action using current technologies.
Climate change poses a fundamental threat to places, animals and people. It's urgent to address this crisis with education, promoting awareness, limiting consumption.
Given the overwhelming scientific consensus that climate change threatens the well-being of all nations, how will you use your diplomatic powers to fight it at home and abroad?
Global climate change is having increasingly serious impacts for the world and our nation. Other countries have taken serious steps to reduce their carbon footprints. What plans do you have for the US
We are already seeing the effects of climate change. Immediate action must be taken to reduce CO2 emissions but also to adapt our cities, crops and economy. How will you accomplish this?
Bernie Sanders campaigned for a WW2 level effort to stop the adverse effects of climate change and get us off of fossil fuels, what will YOU do? and why should we believe you?
This month we reached a critical milestone, what do CO2 levels surpassing 400ppm mean to you, and what do you plan to do in response to the implications of this fact?
Physical processes caused by global warming may reach tipping points where irreversible runaway planetary heating is the result. The future of civilization and much life on Earth is at stake.
The floods in Louisiana have destroyed many homes, the droughts in California have done the same. How will you prevent these events from spreading across America?
The Paris Climate Agreement commits nations to undertake steps to reduce greenhouse gases. 375 members of the US National Academy of Sciences have signed an open letter warning against backing out.
97% of climate scientists agree that climate change is both real and man made. Large-scale action is needed to make real progress. If this does not occur soon, younger generations will face armageddon
Matthew devastated Haiti. We`ve seen bigger and more ferocious forest fires and storms in the US.
There are many signs that are commonly seen due to climate change (storms becoming less frequent but more severe), and something needs to be done about it.
Climate change is happening and it is vital for us to have a President that understands the importance of doing something to stop it. Both here in America and all over the world.
The evidence to support global climate change is overwhelming. Other countries have started putting restrictions and regulations on carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Should we?
Renewable energy resources; would you further develop these while making plans to possibly create and relocate jobs in energy production