Ok. It is getting hot in here! Did you know that psychological studies show that getting out there and getting involved in Climate Change awarenesss and solutions is a big upper? Yes!
Meet like-minded people, learn more, and push it forward beyond fossil fuels.
September 23-24, 2011 in six locations across Texas…
What is Moving Planet?
Moving Planet is an international day of action calling on the world to move beyond fossil fuels. This is being done at local events where people will walk, bike, etc. and call on their decision-makers to do the same. Come champion an economy without fossil fuels. This year the Sierra Club has teamed up with 350.org to help coordinate these events across the United States.
There are currently six events you can attend in Texas!
Austin Moving Planet
What: Join the Austin Sierra Club group on a downtown bike ride! Enjoy the scenery of downtown Austin, and learn more about how you can help Austin move beyond fossil fuels. Please bring a helmet and some water!
When: September 24th, 12:00-2:00
Where: Farmer’s Market at 4th St and Guadalupe
Contact: Niles Seldon (email@example.com)
Fort Worth Moving Planet
What: Come on a hike with the Fort Worth Sierra Club group! Join Sierrans for a morning 2-3 mile excursion, and learn how you can help move the U.S. beyond fossil fuels.
When: September 24th, 8:00am-11:00am
Where: Duck Pond on Trinity River
Contact: Nancy McVean (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Houston Moving Planet x 2
What: Critical mass bike ride and after-party! Learn more about local initiatives going on in Houston to combat climate change and have a good time with some cool people.
When: September 23rd, 7:00PM-12:00AM
Where: City Hall, 901 Bagby, and then afterparty at the American Legion at 1216 W. Clay
What: Bike to Build Ride with Habitat for Humanity, sign up with the “350 Moving Planet Houston” group and go on a bike ride to help raise money for green improvements to Habitat homes. 11:30am Moving Planet group photo in honor of 350!
When: September 24th, 8:30am
Where: Discovery Green
Lower Rio Grande Valley Moving Planet
What: Come on a bike ride with the Lower Rio Grande Valley Sierra Club Group. See how TSTC and Harlingen are working to move beyond fossil fuels, and how you can help. Please bring a helmet and some water!
Where: Green Mountain Solar Array (airport side of 499, at TSTC Automotive)
Contact: Mark Peña (Mark.Pena@edwards-titleco.com)
San Antonio Moving Planet
What: Come celebrate climate change awareness month in San Antonio by attending Moving Planet San Antonio! Join the Sierra Club San Antonio group, as well as other community groups in an event calling on our leaders to address climate change and move our economy beyond fossil fuels.
When: September 24th, 9:00AM-1:00PM
Where: The Pearl (200 E. Grayson in the Breezeway of the Full Goods Building)
Contact: Mobi Warren (email@example.com)
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