350.org is conducting a world wide event on October 24 to bring attention to the critical what-we-need-to-sustain-life-on-earth carbon number 350. We are at 387 and rising.
Every year since 1992, the United Nations hosts a two-week long conference for world leaders to meet and discuss what to do to about the global threat of climate change.
In December of 2009, this meeting will be in Copenhagen, Denmark. There, delegates, non-governmental organizations, and businesses from every nation will meet to finalize a new global climate change agreement.
350.org has launched a massive, first-of-its-kind campaign that spans the entire globe scheduled for October 24. Why? To let those people in Copenhagen know that everybody in the world knows about this carbon thing and to let them know they better do something about it for real. There are events taking place in 158 countries around the world. This. Will. Be. HUGE. The events from around the world are being televised on the screen at Time Square. On the Monday after October 24th, the 350.org crew will be visiting UN headquarters in NYC to hand-deliver the photos to diplomats and delegates from around the world to make sure they know how much you want a global climate deal that meets the science.
I am going to give you the link for happenings here in SLO. Then you better check out the 350.org site. This is going to be something you are going to tell your kids about. You were there. You were part of it.
Here’s SLO stuff. DO IT. http://tinyurl.com/yzg5g2e
Go here to find out what you can do right now to get on this bandwagon http://www.350.org/9