The effort to end nuclear testing and reduce nuclear weapons dangers has been driven by the work of ordinary people everywhere who are committed to a safer and more secure world.
President Barack Obama has publicly committed to urge the Senate to reconsider and approve U.S. ratification of the CTBT. To move forward, Senators will need to hear from their constituents about value of the treaty for U.S. and international security.
There are three things you can do to help the case for the CTBT:
- Write Your Senators. Tell them why you believe a global, verifiable test ban treaty is vital for U.S. and international security. Urge them to speak up in support of U.S. ratification of the CTBT. Click here to send your message now.
- Get the attention of your community by writing an op-ed or letter to the editor (LTE) on the CTBT. Click here for some helpful advice on writing LTEs and op-eds.
- Stay Involved. Follow the latest CTBT developments on our Twitter account @CTBTNow, or sign up for email updates on progress toward U.S. ratification of the CTBT.
To receive updates from the Arms Control Association's Project for the CTBT, please email Program Associate Shervin Taheran at <[email protected]>.