Are you ready to take action? Looking to plug into the movement?

Find all of the information you need here to get the ball rolling and to get yourself, your crew, community, friends, or family involved!


Act to keep Public lands in public hands!

We protect our lands for many reasons. We want future generations to be able to enjoy the same beautiful scenery that we can explore, it's important to protect our natural resources, and many of these lands are also home to indigenous people. Bears Ear was established as a national monument in 2016 - meaning that its amazing landscape was protected - forever - from future extraction activity. However, Bears Ears and much of our other public lands are under threat once again.

Some anti-conservation politicians are pushing Trump to undo protections for many national parks and monuments as well as impede the ability of future presidents to protect places. Earth Guardians is standing with its partners, including Conservation Colorado, in telling these elected officials that public lands deserve to stay in public hands,

Many of these public lands are home to Indigenous groups and rich with culture and history from America's first people. A lot of Indigenous history is written on the very walls of the canyons. Urge your members of Congress to preserve the Antiquities Act, one of our nation's most important conservation tools!


Be a Climate leader

Add your name to Earth Guardian's Pledge to be a Climate Leader which will be delivered to the United States Congress after the People’s Climate March in D.C. on April 29th, 2017. It's time to show our elected officials that we the people are no longer waiting around for them to take action on climate change; we are taking matters into our own hands!


other Actions You can take


Track Your Carbon Footprint

Many of the activities that we do every day, including eating, showering, brushing our teeth, and driving to school, contribute to the greenhouse gas emissions that are warming our planet and contributing to climate change. As we take steps to cut our carbon footprints and build a sustainable world, we find it important to know how much carbon we are emitting. Calculate your carbon footprint and track your progress using the trackers below:

The Islandwood Ecological footprint calculator is a quick and simple quiz that gives you an idea of your carbon footprint versus the carbon footprint of an average American citizen.

>> Take the Quiz

 

The Nature Conservancy's carbon footprint calculator is a more detailed tracker of your household's carbon footprint. This tracker provides you with a breakdown of your carbon footprint in home energy, driving & flying, food & diet, and recycling & waste.

>> Take the Quiz