Climate Action Continues in 2017

Are you Ready?
 

Are you ready to talk 100% renewable energy in the community and take on all comers?

Do you want to learn how to quickly answer questions and overcome resistance to your message?

Do you know how to keep the door open long enough to make a personal connection?  

Do you want to help flyer on campuses and at big events, convincing people in brief one-on-one conversations to get on the bus to go to the April 29 People’s Climate March in D.C.?  Then, this 1 hour program, developed by the fabulous 350 CT Players, is for you!

RSVP HERE 

 

People’s Climate March

Washington, DC Saturday, April 29, 2017

In September 2014, 400,000 people gathered in NYC for the People’s Climate March, the largest climate march in history. Join us in Washington, DC on April 29, 2017 for the next history-making march. Our future and the fate of future generations depend on what we do now.
Credit: Neville Elder/The Elders

Previous Events:

           People over Pipelines Walk Photos

           Thanks to all that joined the Clean Energy March

To learn more about 350 CT  email [email protected], or call (203) 350-3508.

We continue to work toward our 4 demands:

If you can help us out with outreach supply costs, please DONATE.

350 Connecticut is a community of people working to move Connecticut beyond fossil fuels through grassroots organizing.  Our meetings are open to the public, and we operate using consensus-based decision-making.  We do our work in working groups, and meet all together once a month in a public meeting.  We are an organization committed to anti-oppression in all our work and relationships.

If you’d like to get involved or learn more, here are a few things you can do:

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Get in touch with our organizers if you want to get involved or want to know more.  You can email us at organizers [at] 350CT [dot] org

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