Klout believes everyone has influence, and influence comes with responsibility. Klout for Good aims to help you leverage your influence to help make the world more a better place for everyone.
With April comes spring, which often brings rejoicing from winter-weary people. But April is also the biggest month where organizations around the world rally to save our most precious resource: our planet. April 22nd is Earth Day — a day to remember the daily choices we make that impact the environment and all those around us.
For the month of April, Klout and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) have partnered for Earth Month to help bring awareness of global climate change’s effects on one of the world’s most at-risk ecosystem: the Arctic.
Covering 8 countries, including the U.S., the Arctic is one of the most vulnerable areas to climate change. The Arctic faces multiple threats beyond the changing climate, including mining, oil and gas exploration, pollution and overfishing. Polar bears, the world’s largest land carnivores, are a fitting icon for this diverse and majestic region.
This Earth Month, please help us spread the word through our Klout for Good program to raise awareness of the effects of climate change on the Arctic region, and also learn how you can get involved and make changes to reduce your impact and help us protect polar bears and the Arctic.
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