Thursday, July 28, 2011

Some things you can do about Climate Change in Rochester, NY:

 

In the Rochester, NY area check out this event:

Say No to fracking and Yes to renewables | Moving Planet Do you want our leaders in Albany hear your voice? Do you want to make sure that our Finger Lakes region and Monroe County remain unscathed by fracking for natural gas? Would you like to see an investment in renewable energy such as wind, solar, and geothermal? At the Public Market on Sept. 24th, we'll provide ways for you to let your voice be heard. Petitions and letters destined for our leaders in Albany as well as the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) will be available, plus we'll have up-to-date info on what is happening with the fracking regulatory process and renewable energy legislation. Plus, kids of all ages can make mini-windmills and solar collectors!” 

Also, check out more stuff you can do from 350.org.

1) If you live in the USA, please check out the civil disobedience campaign at www.TarSandsAction.org -- it's not a campaign coordinated directly by 350.org, but it has the potential to be a game-changer in the movement to fight the climate crisis.   2) If you're on social networks, please share the petition to President Obama with just a couple of clicks on Facebook and Twitter. You can also forward on the email below to get them to sign onto the campaign.  3) If you want to get involved in this movement locally, join Moving Planet, a global day of action coming up on September 24. In cities all around the world, there will be bike parades, rallies, teach-ins, and events of all kinds designed to move the world beyond fossil fuels.  Many thanks for helping to build this movement. Onwards, The 350.org Team

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