Stop Press: Bill McKibben of 350.org in Cambridge, Mass. 7/21

Bill McKibben will be speaking in Cambridge on July 21st.

He will be joined by other veteran climate and economic justice activists to discuss the growing fossil fuel resistance movement and a just transition to a green economy  All proceeds will support the legal fund of the Summer Heat action at the Brayton Point Coal Plant –  http://joinsummerheat.org/massachusetts/.

McKibben recently won the international Sophie prize for environmental work.
Suggested Donation: $15 dollars at the door, or whatever you can give.

 
The event is from 7:00-9:00PM at the First Parish Cambridge Unitarian Universalist, in Harvard Square.
Address:  

 3 Church Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Prior to the speaking event, many of those participating in or supporting the action at the end of July will be gathering to make signs and banners at 4:00PM.
More information is available on the facebook page, where you can also join the event on the 21st.

 

Breaking News: Cambridge Young Women Quilt for Sustainability

Sprouts of Hope, an offshoot of Jane Goodall‘s Roots and Shoots comprised of a handful of girls who are now at Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School,  is presenting their “Imagine a Sustainable Life Quilt” to the City of Cambridge today at City Hall, making Mayor Davis and all of us here in the people’s republic proud. Apparently  citizens can request to have the quilt visit public sites around Cambridge. Did I mention Clara Wainwright was involved, Bill McKibben’s portrait is on the quilt, and the kids met Gloria Steinem?

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