• The Koch brothers' game plan

    Hint: It includes untraceable donations.

    They've spent millions to fund climate change denial ... and they're just getting started.

    The Koch brothers and their allies just announced their plan to spend nearly $300 million this year to not only elect climate change deniers, but also to oppose President Obama's plan to curb carbon pollution from power plants.

    That's their game plan: spend as much as humanly possible to get their way. We're the ones who have to tell them that's not going to work this time. Our grassroots movement doesn't have to outspend them, but we need to have the resources to fight back.

    Help take on the Koch brothers' anti-climate campaign—chip in $5 or more today before our June fundraising deadline.

    The President's climate plan isn't small potatoes—it would reduce carbon emissions from existing power plants 30 percent by 2030. The New York Times called it "the strongest action ever taken by an American president to tackle climate change."



    It's no coincidence that dirty polluters and special interests like the Koch brothers are pouring their money into shutting down the President's plan.

    This is a time when being a grassroots movement pays off—no matter how much the other side spends, everything we're doing is focused on reaching actual people.

    As long as each of us steps up to play a part, what we're building is the single greatest threat to their strategies. If you believe in that, we're asking you to support it with a donation today.

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