Did you know that cars, trucks, and other forms of transportation account for nearly 30 percent of America’s climate pollution?
With climate change barreling down on us, from devastating floods in the Midwest, to wildfires on the West Coast, it seems like the news brings new stories of climate disruption every day. Our Earth needs us to take action to save our communities from dirty air and water.
Now, imagine YOU could be part of the climate solution. With electric vehicles, you don’t have to give up driving a car to still be an environmental activist. You just need to get rid of your GAS car for something more environmentally-friendly. Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN) is giving you an opportunity to do just that!
Thanks to a generous CCAN donor, we’ve been gifted a 2019 Tesla Model 3 electric vehicle – so we’ve launched a Climate Tesla raffle with just 1800 total tickets, and one lucky winner will win the Tesla!
It’s a win-win. You win a Tesla, while helping CCAN fund more climate victories like the our most recent victories in DC, where we passed a 100% renewable electricity mandate by 2032, and most recently in Maryland, where lawmakers passed the ambitious Clean Energy Jobs Act that moves Maryland to a 50% Renewable Portfolio Standard by 2030, and forces Maryland to study how to get to 100% clean power by 2040.
Now you can join in wherever you live and reduce your carbon footprint while donating to a good cause at the same time!
The raffle will close at 4:00pm on Friday, May 31, and the drawing will take place at 5:00pm that day. Enter today!enter now!
Presented by Chesapeake Climate Action Network
The Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN) is the first grassroots, nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to fighting global warming in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Our mission is to build a diverse movement powerful enough to put our region on the path to climate stability, while using our proximity to the nation’s capital to inspire action in neighboring states, regions nationwide, and countries around the world.