"Ashland Youth Climate Action's vision for the ordinance is to strengthen the Climate and Energy Action Plan (CEAP) and provide ways for the community to get involved and engaged with local government so that we can all move towards a sustainable future together." Thanks Maya for your wonderful testimony supporting the CEAP Ordinance at Ashland City Council tonight! If you're interested in testifying or supporting AYCA's proposed ordinance mark the September, 5th City Council meeting on your calendars! That will be the first of two votes to pass the long-awaited ordinance.
Climate Jobs and Justice. Not mutually exclusive. Also: image comprised of over 2,000 posters #Repost@peoplesclimate
Check out this AMAZING Photo!
It was made up over 2,000 signs that people brought to the march referencing everything from climate science to food justice to the fight against to the water crisis in Flint, MI.
FUN FACT: Trump actually did a direct flyover in Marine 1 helicopter and had a perfect view of the giant message CLIMATE JOBS AND JUSTICE spelled out across 250 feet. Over 1,000 people joined hands to encircle it.
To change everything, it takes everyone! Let's make sure that we continue to organize and build! #PeoplesClimate
Our next Chapter meeting will be held at Novo restaurant on July 11th, from 6-8pm. This meeting will be hosted by our very own Blue Water Task Force, and Liberty Amundson, SLO County Environmental Health Specialist. Come join us for free food and drink specials, and to talk about the important issues impacting our community! For more information, check the link in the comments.
Throwback #tbt to that one time we brought over 200 students together to march at People's Climate March this past April in D.C. If you want to #keepitintheground and hold polluters accountable help us #putapriceonit! Putting a price on carbon (and other greenhouse gases) will help keep oil in the ground, as it will become more expensive to extract carbon based fuels. Thus making clean, renewable energy more attractive and cheaper compared to oil, gas, and coal.