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New Jersey can and must do more to slow global warming, especially after 2012's extreme weather and Hurricane Sandy, the most destructive Atlantic storm ever. We are launching a massive 2013 campaign to cut carbon emissions and put the brakes on global warming through new research, new advocacy, more grassroots action and a powerful drive to achieve more cuts in carbon.Your donation today will help us: • Fight to keep New Jersey in RGGI, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, and ensure that Gov. Chris Christie doesn't successfully pull us out of the program.• Conduct research and release reports that connect the dots between recent extreme weather and global warming.• Mobilize New Jerseyans to demonstrate to President Obama that tackling global warming needs to be a priority in his second term.• Build support for federal carbon limits for new power plants.• Implement bold initiatives to expand solar power, wind power, energy efficiency and electric vehicles in New Jersey.Please fill out the form below to make a year-end contribution so we can fight global warming in 2013.
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