Stop Excluding Military Pollution from Climate Agreements

John Kerry and the U.S. Congress

As a result of final hour demands made by the United States during negotiation of the 1997 Kyoto treaty, military carbon emissions are exempted from climate negotiations.

But the U.S. military is the largest institutional consumer of fossil fuels in the world and a key contributor to climate collapse!

U.S. climate envoy designate, John Kerry, is right; the Paris Agreement is “not enough.”

To: John Kerry and the U.S. Congress
From: [Your Name]

All emissions need to be included in order to justly meet international pledges made to protect the earth's climate. There must be no more exception for military pollution.