People will take to the street in front of the Port Isabel Lighthouse on Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 11:00 am in order to draw attention to the projected impacts of climate change on the south Texas coastline. Members of the Lower Rio Grande Valley Sierra Club, the Environmental Awareness Club at University of Texas Pan American, and other concerned citizens want to show coastal residents and beach-goers exactly what the projected three-foot sea level rise means for Port Isabel and South Padre Island and how extracting and burning more fossil fuels will only lead to a greater catastrophe.
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