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|San Francisco International Day of Action for Climate Solutions|
|Date||Saturday December 06|
|Time||12:00 PM - 2:00 PM|
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|Gathering at a gravel parking lot just across from the Southwest corner of Crissy Fields (San Francisco, 94129). Nearest building is Planet Granite Climbing Gym (924 Old Mason Street).|
|anna.wagner [at] sfo.greenpeace.org|
Please visit http://www.projecthotseat.org/sanfrancisco to RSVP or find out more!
This December, world leaders will be meeting in Poznan, Poland for the UN Climate Change Conference to decide the next steps on tackling global warming. It’s a perfect opportunity for President-elect Obama to send a clear message to the rest of the world that the U.S. is ready to be part of the solution. That’s why on December 6th Greenpeace members will be joining people throughout the world for an International Day of Action for Climate Solutions. In the U.S., we’ll be holding rallies and taking photos at iconic locations in over 30 cities to send a message tothe President-elect that the American people support strong action on global warming.
What better way to send that message than with a massive 30 by 50 foot postcard -- letting our world leaders know that here in San Francisco we’re ready for climate solutions! And, they’ll know it’s from us because we’re posing in front of the Golden Gate Bridge.
We’ll have a few speakers, then we’ll take a massive group photo with our custom made 30 x 50 ft. banner. The very next day, our Greenpeace activists in Poland will deliver the photos of YOUR rally to climate negotiators, sending the message that Americans are ready for climate solutions.
Show President-elect Obama you’re serious about global warming and RSVP at http://www.projecthotseat.org/sanfrancisco for the day of action in San Francisco today.
If you have any questions, you can contact Anna Wagner at anna.wagner [at] sfo.greenpeace.org