Step It Up 2007 will take place this Saturday, November 3rd, 2007 at locations throughout the city. The National Day of Climate Action is led by Bill McKibben, leading environmentalist and one of the leading forces behind Step It Up. On November 3rd politicians will join citizens in taking on the greatest challenge of our time. Citizens gather at places across the country named after historic leaders to demand that our representatives address three key priorities to stop global warming. Step It Up 2007 is a campaign organized by people all around the country, calling for leadership on global warming. This year Step It Up joined forces with the bold new 1 Sky initiative, a project that includes the comprehensive science-based priorities necessary to overcome the crisis we face and realize the immense opportunities of our time:
GREEN JOBS NOW -- 5 million green jobs conserving 20% of our energy by 2015
CUT CARBON 80% BY 2050 -- freeze climate pollution levels now and cut at least 80% by 2050 and 30% by 2020
NO NEW COAL -- a moratorium on new coal-fired power plants
November 3, 2007 12:00PM to 02:00PM
Gather at Washington Square for a rally to demand that New York's political leaders act now to stop global warming. As of October 26, Rep. Anthony Weiner and Lieutenant Governor David Paterson have confirmed that they will attend the rally.
For a complete list of events across the state, go to