① 메인페이지 ②인사말 ③후보의 약력 ④후보의 공약 ⑤주요활동 ⑥참여마당 ⑦ 공지게시판
서비스메뉴 ① 사무실오시는길 ②후원모금 ③회원가입 ④로그인 ⑤정보수정 총12페이지(메인메뉴7개 + 서비스메뉴5개)
12페이지형 가격 PC용 홈페이지 60만 원 PC용 홈페이지+모바일홈 = 90만 원
아래의 메뉴는 1개 추가시 10만 원씩입니다.
① 지역소개 ②지역비젼 ③의정보고 ④정치철학 ⑤언론보도 ⑥동영상코너 ⑦ 토론과제안
Ninety-seven percent of climate scientists agree: Man-made climate change is a reality. In early 2014, two landmark reports spelled out the reality of the challenge we face. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the National Climate Assessment both showed that, left unchecked, climate change has the potential to affect Americans everywhere—no matter where they live.
Every region of the United States is already experiencing the effects of climate change. If we don't act to curb current global emissions, they could lead to a global temperature increase of over 4 degrees Celsius (7.2 degrees Fahrenheit) by 2100—a scenario widely considered a global catastrophe, contributing to extreme weather, food and water shortage, and global instability.
Carbon pollution causing climate change is responsible for air that can be unhealthy to breathe, contributing to health risks for many children. Over the past three decades, the percentage of Americans with asthma has more than doubled and climate change is putting those Americans at greater risk of landing in the hospital.
More than 130 members of Congress still refuse to acknowledge the scientific reality of climate change, and their denial is costing us time we can’t afford to waste. Organizing for Action is putting unprecedented pressure on climate change deniers in Congress, demanding a recognition of the facts, and changing the conversation about climate change.
OFA supporters aren't letting deniers try to continue a settled debate—read about the climate change denier awards, when OFA volunteers delivered unicorn trophies to deniers' offices in “honor” of their fantasy-like views on climate science.
미시간대학교 법학 명예박사
하버드대학교 로스쿨 J.D.
컬럼비아대학교 국제관계학 학사
미국 타임지 세계에서 가장 영향력 있는 100인
제50회 그래미 어워드 최고의 낭독 앨범상