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Green Celebrities Star In "This is Our Moment" Video Campaign

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Do you care, really care, about Mother Earth? Well, here’s your chance to get involved!

On the heels of President Obama’s State of the Union address last night, the NRDC Action Fund has launched This is Our Moment — a web video campaign urging Congress to pass the first-ever climate and clean energy bill that will break foreign oil’s stranglehold on our country, reduce carbon pollution, and create jobs.

The video campaign features celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio, Jason Bateman, Chace Crawford, Felicity Huffman, Justin Long, Edward Norton, Emmy Rossum, Forest Whitaker and more.

“This is our moment – our moment to fight for a cleaner and more secure future,” said DiCaprio, a longtime champion for the environment, and a NRDC Trustee. “The time is now for people across the country to stand up and have their voices heard. We all must call on the Senate to act on this historic opportunity.”

Wanna make a difference? Visit ThisIsOurMoment.org and find out how easy it is to contact your Senator. We all have a voice. Let’s use it!

Check out the awesome video below!

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