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Draw The Blue Line is asking New York City and the world to put horizontal blue lines across buildings (facades and interiors), trees, fences, windows, on social media, everywhere during the 2017 UN General Assembly (September 12-25, 2017) to show support for the Paris Agreement. This simple representation of rising sea levels is meant to serve as a reminder to the world’s leaders and policymakers of the destruction to come if we don’t remain committed to the fight against climate change – TOGETHER.

 

Draw The Blue Line September 12-25 to show your support for the Paris Agreement.

On June 1, Donald Trump declared that the United States intends to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord. He cited questionable statistics and false information. Municipalities, states, and businesses immediately announced their continued commitment to the standards set forth by the Paris Agreement. You can also send a message of solidarity to the rest of the international community – online and in person.

Draw The Blue Line is asking New York City and the rest of the world to put horizontal blue lines across buildings (facades and interiors), trees, fences, windows, on social media, everywhere during the 2017 UN General Assembly (September 12-25, 2017) to show support for the Paris Agreement. These simple representations of rising sea levels are meant to serve as  reminders to the world’s leaders and policymakers of the destruction to come if we don’t remain committed to the fight against climate change – TOGETHER.

If you represent a UN member nation and a signatory of the Paris Agreement, it is especially important for you to show that you remain committed to the promises in the Paris Agreement. Hope to see you Draw the Blue Line.

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