Day for Tomorrow is a time to focus on climate justice and disaster preparedness for people with disabilities, the elderly, people of color, the poor, indigenous people, and all of humanity living in the locations that are most vulnerable to the escalating effects of the climate crisis.
Day for Tomorrow is when people come together in a community to conquer the climate crisis. Climate change is affecting our health now, and we must come together in a community to help defeat this crisis. By getting to know our neighbors, we can help each other in times of disaster. Floods, fires, extreme heat and cold, tornadoes, hurricanes, and cyclones are happening now, and we need to be prepared.So to start the journey, take action now and work with your neighbors to learn the risks and what you can do to help prepare for emergencies. The more we work together, the more chances we will have to save all of our tomorrows.
Our lifestyles have a profound effect on our planet. Our choices matter. Around two-thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions are linked to private households. The energy, food, and transport sectors each contribute about 20 percent of lifestyle emissions. We CAN make a difference from the electricity we use to the food we eat and the way we travel.
How to Celebrate a Day for Tomorrow Locally
October 22, 2021
Organize your core planning team
Pick your event-could be a talk, a zoom hour, a walk and roll
Recruit participants through social media, using our poster
Determine your goals for actions and solicit pledges.
Send out information to all.
Have a great day, collect pictures, and start planning for 2022
Just because October 22nd is Day for Tomorrow it doesn’t mean you can’t make more than one Day for Tomorrow, e.g. monthly, weekly, or daily!
A way to take action to Sustain Our Abilities and work to prevent the worsening of climate change.
A way to let the world know people with different abilities care about climate change and we can solve the problem, together.
A way to educate people about climate change and preparation for weather extremes,
A way to promote physical activity and the benefits of outdoor engagement.
A team-building experience that will create goodwill for your organization and clients.
A way to spotlight issues that persons with and without disabilities are having because of extreme weather and to highlight and foster collective action.
A way to have fun and meet your neighbors!
A way to promote your organization to the community.
SAVE THE PLANET,
YOU can make a difference!
Every action can help when done collectively.
To preserve a livable climate, greenhouse gas emissions must be reduced to net zero by 2050. Bold, fast, and wide-ranging action needs to be taken by governments and businesses. But the transition to a low-carbon world also requires the participation of citizens -- especially in advanced economies.
Every one of us can help limit global warming and take care of our planet. By making choices that have less harmful effects on the environment, WE can be part of the solution and influence change.
Choose one or more pledges on this form (the more the better!) Then select the number of days you would like to commit to: a day, a week, a month, or indefinitely! Then SHARE your pledge to encourage others to become aware and join your effort! The first FIFTY pledge shares will get a Day for Tomorrow t-shirt!
1. Choose one or more pledges on this form (the more the better!)
2. Then SHARE your pledge page to encourage others to become aware and join your effort! The first FIFTY pledges and shares will get a Day for Tomorrow t-shirt!