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People's Climate March takes place in NYC on Sept 21 “St. Louis Climate March joins this force locally - invites you to join!” from Sunday Sept 21 - 1 pm - St. Louis Peoples Climate March steps off from Keiner Plaza, between 6th & 7th, Market and Chestnut downtown. (Facebook Events: St. Louis Peoples Climate March www.peoplesclimatemarch.org 2014) N R L —As world leaders gather this Sunday at the U.N. Climate Summit, humans around the world - including HERE - will gather to call for a world economy that protects human, natural and capital resources - soundly. A big movement day!Buy it!
Kim Cella - Executive Director, Citizens for Modern Transit “Try & Ride and the Green Business Leaders Commuter Challenge” from 4 Green Design companies, leaders in their field, field employee teams willing to try new thinking and practice with TRANSIT as a way to get to work, to get around! (www.cmt-stl.org Click on Try & Ride in CMT's Programs. Competing firms are The Lawrence Group, Arcturis, Jacobs and Christner, Inc. 2014) N R L —Since CMT launched Try & Ride on June 16, 680 commuters have signed up to try transit on CMT's nickel for a month, pay themselves for a month - and hopefully change commuter habits - even change how St. Louis gets around!Buy it!
Mark Shapiro - award-winning environmental journalist and author of: “CARBON SHOCK - A Tale of Risk and Calculus on the Front Lines of the Disrupted Global Economy” from "How CARBON is Changing the Cost of Everything" (www.chelseagreen.com 2014 - Chelsea Green Publishing 2014) N R —Shapiro's tack of telling stories about this GYNORMOUS global issue topic opens mental space to consider and engage with Climate Change. His research is intensive, the message is intense, crucial - and can even prove creatively potent. A fine, big read.Buy it!
Eco Elvis! “Burnin' Globe” (Matt Riggs www.ecoelvis.com 2006) L —Setting the tone for tonight's first Earthworms conversation about CARBON - it's shocking, problematic and (dare I dream) opportunistic element that's heatin' up our li'l planetary home . . . .Buy it!
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