Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Join Other People of Faith At a Rally For Climate Protection!

By LeeAnne Beres, Executive Director

Are you looking for something new to do during your lunch break? Me too.

Luckily, the EPA is in town just in time. This week the EPA is holding two public hearings on their proposed finding that global warming pollution is a threat to human health. Two hearings in the country. One in each Washington - Seattle and Washington, DC. Seattle has the spotlight to tell our nation's leaders that it's time for immediate and comprehensive climate action. But it's going to mean you'll miss your lunch.

Earth Ministry and Washington Interfaith Power & Light have joined with a wide range of environmental organizations to turn people out for this historic event. Can you give us your noon hour to help tell the EPA to act now to stop global warming?

Please join us for a climate rally!
Thursday, May 21st at Noon Outside of Bell Harbor Convention Center 2211 Alaskan Way, Pier 66 in Seattle

Click here for more information and to RSVP: http://www.fusewashington.org/site/climate

Clergy are encouraged to wear collars, stoles, tallit, or other religious garments. If you're not clergy - wear whatever the heck you like, just be sure that you're there!

This Thursday is our chance to demonstrate decisive and overwhelming support for bold federal action on global warming. Can we count on you to rally with us? Please go to http://www.fusewashington.org/site/climate to let us know if you're able to join us.

Thanks for everything you're doing. I'll see you on Thursday!

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