Thank you to the 360+ Rotary clubs from 80 countries around the world that have signed the Global Climate Pledge!

Rotary has a history of taking on HUGE challenges.

And now our planet needs Rotary more than ever.

We are the largest service organization in the world with 1.2 million members and together we can achieve a lasting impact on our environment and communities.

Displayed below are the logos of the Rotary clubs and Rotary districts from 80 countries around the world that have signed the pledge.


Rotary Club Of New Port Beach Logo

Dear Rotarians,

 I have set a personal goal to recruit Rotary Clubs in over 100 Countries to participate in the Global Climate Pledge by December 31st, 2021. This project is truly “Beneficial to all Concerned”! 


    1. As a Rotarian, please sign the Organizational Pledge Here.
    2. Input your Rotary information
    3. Select the action item: Share the Pledge with Members, Employees and Community.

 *Make sure you click the box to Include my business on Signatories Page” so we can add your Rotary club name. By doing this, we can let others know that Rotarian’s in Panama are participating in this project to Build Goodwill & Better Friendships while saving our planet.


Yours in Rotary

Steven Bender


Rotary Club of Newport Beach, California, USA

Co-Chair the Global Climate Pledge Challenge

Founding Director, US Green Chamber/Global Green Chamber


P.S.  I have signed the pledge as President of our Rotary Club, and I have also signed as an Individual!



Global Climate Pledge

  • We have the power to make a positive difference in our climate crisis.
  • We will use our power to do everything we can, through our actions and our voice, to bring about change. We will lead and encourage others to work as a team to solve this challenge.
  • Together, we will succeed !
  • The change begins here, with us, now

Climate Change and Peace

Climate change is one of the most persistent and exponentially growing threats to peace and security in our century. On a global scale, climate change affects all areas of peace building social conflict, large-scale migration, security, and development.

Climate Change is widely accepted to be a “threat multiplier” of existing risks. For example it can intensify political instability by putting extra stress due to depletion in resources, financial losses, migration and more. And the most vulnerable are at the highest risk of being affected.