Climate change means more extreme weather.

Join in the global movement to fight the climate crisis:

We’re connecting the dots between extreme weather and climate change.

Stay up to date with rapid-response campaigns by signing up at 350.org, submit your local stories to the Connect the Dots Tumblr, and find out if there’s a local 350 group in your area.

5/5/12: Climate Impacts Day

On May 5th 2012, thousands of people around the world volunteered, documented, educated and protested to show the human face of climate change as part of Climate Impacts Day. Check out the video and photos below:

WHAT’S NEXT?

1. Join the global movement →

Connect the Dots is a project of 350.org, which is building a global movement to solve the climate crisis. By signing up, you’ll stay plugged into a network of people working to take on climate change all over the world.

2. Keep connecting the dots →

ClimateDots.org will live on as a platform for people to connect the dots on climate change and extreme weather. Starting today, you can submit your stories of how climate change is impacting you and your community to the “Connect the Climate Dots” Tumblr, and download the “Connect the Dots” presentation to help educate your community.

3. Go Local →

Check out Local.350.org to see if there’s a local 350 group near you—if not, start one and invite your friends and neighbors to join in.