Checking out the Met Museum on the Central Park Moonlight Ride
Time's Up Art Mural Bike Ride

TIME'S UP! is a 30-year-old not-for-profit direct-action environmental organization that uses events and educational programs to promote a more sustainable planet.

TIME'S UP! campaigns support objectives shared globally and locally by people like you. We're community-based and all volunteer. It's easy to participate: JOIN!

Check out our 30th Anniversary Timeline of events and accomplishments.

polar bear earth day bike ride

Polar Bear CO2 Earth Day Ride
Sunday, April 16, 4pm meets at Union Square North

Come celebrate Earth Day on your bicycle dressed up as your favorite animal with Time's Up! and CO2 Green Drive. As we know, Earth Day is every day. Let's celebrate and support NYC's new sustainable infrastructure, bike lanes, greenways and auto-free plazas. It's just the beginning. Invite your friends on facebook.

No Fukishima On the Hudson banner in front of Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant

Hurray! Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant will close in 2021. Several groups including Clearwater and Time's Up worked together to help create pressure to close this aging nuclear power plant located only 35 miles from New York City.

Saturday December 31st, 2016
Three meet-up locations:
9:45PM at the Brooklyn-side entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge
OR at 10PM at Washington Square Park Arch, Manhattan
OR at 10:20pm Madison Square Park, 23rd & Broadway, Flatiron Side

Bike Lift in Time's Square

Donate Today to Protect Tomorrow's Environment. With climate deniers about to take the White House, our biggest hope for the next four years is with grassroots movements. For thirty years, Time's Up! Environmental Organization has fought hard for environmental change, sometimes against hostile and repressive political authorities. Now, more than ever, grassroots organizations need your support to double our efforts to continue the work that has been done and to protect and preserve or accomplishments. We need your help.

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