Speak Up for Climate Action! Individual School Board Member Form
If you are a school board member (or former school board member), you can use this form to go on record declaring climate change a children's issue and encouraging your colleagues and other elected leaders to take climate action.
While your entire school board may not yet be ready to speak up for climate action, by speaking up as an individual you can create a norm that school board members can and do speak up on this issue. Your voice as an elected leader is important on this issue. By adding your name to our list, you will encourage other school board members and elected leaders at all levels to engage with the issue of climate action in order to protect current and future children.
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What is your name?
What is the name of your school district?
What is the city and state of your school district?
What is the county of your school district?
Which year did you begin serving as a school board member? Which year does your term end? (If you are are former board member, which year did your last term end?)
Statement: Climate change is a children's issue. The youngest and future generations which have contributed the least to climate change will bear the greatest burden of its impacts. I encourage other school board members and all elected leaders at every level (local, state, national) to speak up for climate action in order to protect current and future students. I further encourage all public institutions and local, state, and national officials to enact measures to reduce or drawdown human contributions to greenhouse gases.
I agree with this statement and by checking this box I give my electronic signature to it. I give permission to publish my name.
I do NOT agree with this statement.
US Congressional Representative (if known)
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