Tell global leaders: It's time to work toward zero!

In one of the busiest weeks for nuclear diplomacy in memory, here's a way for you to take diplomatic action of your own.

Hopes for the next week's Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, DC are high.  With the U.S. and Russia leading the way, 2010 could mark the beginning of the end of nuclear weapons. But public support at this crucial moment is critical to build the foundation of a binding and verifiable global zero agreement. If the world fails to come together now, when the biggest nuclear powers are taking unprecedented steps, we might lose our best chance yet to do away with one of the greatest threats to our civilization. Achieving global zero will take years and require tremendous amounts of political will. Leaders at the summit need to hear that we, their constituents, care about this issue.  

Today we have a chance to tell them when it matters most.

We invite you to join our partner Global Zero, an international movement of activists, experts, political and religious leaders, in calling for immediate steps the leaders at the summit can take
now. Global Zero activists will hold a rally outside the Summit and deliver the petition and action plan.

Click to sign the petition!

The Global Zero petition and action plan are backed by hundreds of former heads of state, foreign ministers, national security advisers and military commanders, supported by grassroots activists from around the world.

"The leaders at the Nuclear Security Summit have the power to take immediate steps to begin eliminating all remaining nuclear weapons," say Global Zero organizers. "But they need to hear from us first. Please sign the petition and forward it to all your friends and family -- we need to have as many signatures as possible when we deliver it April 12."


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