Adventurers for Climate Action
Adventurers for Climate Action
Uniting outdoor enthusiasts for climate solutions
 
 

Our adventures take us to the world’s wild places. And we’re the first to see them changing.

 
 
 
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Speak up for climate solutions.

The outdoor recreation community has a powerful voice with lawmakers. Climate change is an urgent threat, and we must join together to demand climate solutions. We have to make sure that our kids have the same opportunities to play outside and enjoy our wild places. Together, we can ensure a future with clean air and water, protected land, renewable energy, and economic growth. It won’t happen without us.

Sign today and demand climate action.

 
 

Tell Lawmakers to Take Immediate Action

Climate change is a major challenge facing our world today. As an outdoor enthusiast, I’m also concerned about the effects of climate change on the outdoor landscapes and outdoor pursuits I love. From wildfires to flooding to drought to more intense storms, the changing climate is having wide-reaching impacts for Americans, including those like me who like to get outside.

I am asking you to take immediate action to address climate change. This is a nonpartisan issue that affects all of us, including the millions of Americans who get outside each year and the thriving outdoor recreation economy that depends on healthy lands and waters.

 
 
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How climate affects recreation

Among its many impacts, climate change has serious repercussions for the places we play.

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Why recreation voices matter

Outdoor enthusiasts have a powerful role to play in addressing climate change. We need your help.

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Our coalition

We are ten outdoor recreation advocacy groups, uniting our voices to demand solutions for climate change today.

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Our Approach

Learn more about how the outdoor recreation community is working toward climate solutions.

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Photo credits clockwise from top left: Max Whittaker (Getty Images); Zak Podmore; Natalie Allen; Mike Erskine