BE EARTHWISE: VOTE WITH YOUR DOLLARS! BE EARTHWISE: VOTE WITH YOUR ACTIONS!
Abraham Lincoln is credited with saying “The best way to predict your future is to create it.” Democracy enables Americans to create our future when we vote for our representatives on Election Day. Beyond elections, our vote can count every day with how we spend our money and through our actions.
Do you want to make your vote count every day? The League of Women Voters has led the environmental protection movement for decades, consistently supporting legislation to preserve our nation’s natural resources and protect against public health effects of climate change. Science demonstrates what's best for the Earth is also what's best for you. Now more than ever, the League is working to ensure that the public is educated on issues affecting the climate and the air we breathe, the water we drink and the soil that grows our food.
In support of the League’s effort to respect the environment and address the impacts of climate change, the League of Women Voters of NYS introduces Be Earthwise, our new campaign to engage all Americans from every state to learn the facts, vote with your dollars and vote with your daily actions to preserve our planet.
Stay tuned to vote with your Be Earthwise dollars and Be Earthwise actions on Earth Day, April 22, 2017. Thank you for making democracy work.
Take the Be Earthwise Pledge
I’ll vote with my dollars. I PLEDGE to respect the environment and address the effects of climate change when making my consumer purchases.
I’ll vote with my actions. I PLEDGE to respect the environment and the address effects of climate change through my daily activities.
I’ll participate in our democracy. I PLEDGE to take action as a citizen to help shape public policy that respects the environment and addresses the effects of climate change.
We want to hear from you! After signing the pledge please let us know:
What Earthwise issues do you want to learn more about? (Air, water, soil, climate, other)
What citizen action is most important to preserve our planet?