Climate March of Washington D.C. on April 29, 2017
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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April 29, 2017, was a historical day for Americans! For more than 200,000 Americans marched on the streets of Washington D.C. and many other parts of the USA to take a stand regarding Climate Change. After facing the year 2016: as the warmest in recorded history, the amount of carbon in earth’s atmosphere has reached a new high of 410 ppm, President Trump threatened to pull USA out of the Paris climate agreement, dismantling Obama’s Climate legacy, reviving Keystone XL Pipeline, putting climate change deniers in charge of several key agencies (including EPA), and proposing dramatically decreasing EPA budget, etc. People all over the country are taking a stand and in demand of 100% of the renewable energy ! The technology has already arrived. Solar costs less than conventional fossil fuels now. The efficiency of solar panels have also been increasing and battery technology has been making great strides. It is time for us to transition 100% into Solar and Renewable Energy! We cannot afford not to go Solar and Renewables! Please view the interview of 350.org co-founder and organizer Bill McKibben by Democracy Now! Amy Goodman. Attack on environment is the area that has contributed most to the unpopularity of President Trump.
The economics of “free” is hard to beat! Let’s all go Solar! Let’s take advantage of this Free and Clean Energy! A Clean nation will also help to reduce the costs of health care, in addition to increase local jobs and reduce the rate of climate change and millions of displaced people from their homes in the future! We simply cannot afford not to go Solar, Wind, and various other Renewable. We all need to take actions now! Be sure to view the videos below, especially the one at the end, “Six degrees could change the world.”
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