TckTckTck is an unprecedented global alliance of civil society organizations, trade unions, faith groups and people like youall calling for an fair, ambitious, and binding climate change agreement. If enough of us stand up, world leaders will listen.We are uniting people from around the world, from all walks of life, to tell our leaders that we support them in making the right deal. If they know we support them, they will have the political strength to act. Every one of our supporters is a vote for climate action.This app is for mobilizing civil society support for an historic agreement on climate change in Copenhagen in December 2009. We are building the world's biggest mandate for change, to show our leaders that people are ready for bold climate action.TckTckTck is embracing a new organizing model, the Open Campaign, where organizations or individuals can use take our branding and toolset, for use in their campaigns to educate and encourage their supporters to demand action on a climate change agreement.Our partners range from some of the largest civil society organizations in the world, including the World Wildlife Fund, Oxfam, and Amnesty International, to our equally important individual, local, and national partners, like Presencia Ciudadana Mexicana. We are unified globally, bringing together faith groups, like the World Council of Churches, anti-poverty groups, like the Global Campaign Against Poverty, and science organizations, like the Union of Concerned Scientists.Join the campaign today and add your name to the worlds largest mandate for action. Show world leaders the impact that civil society can have on solving the worlds challenges when we are unified.Together, we can build a unified voice for a diverse movement, by providing the tools and brand to show that collectively we are stronger than our partners alone. With your support, we will provide the final big delivery to world leaders at Copenhagen.Who is the Global Campaign for Climate Action?TckTckTck is a project of the Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA), a bold, new initiative involving a growing number of national and global organizations in support of a single goal: to mobilize civil society and to galvanize public opinion in support of transformational change and rapid action to save the planet from dangerous levels of climate change.The GCCA is supported by a small international staff, with a Secretariat based in Montreal, Canada. You can learn more at gc-ca.org.