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A Global Warming Call to Action in Virginia

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Want to do something about global warming?

Check out the Southeast Convergence for Climate Action that will be kicking off on August 5th in Louisa County, Virginia. 

The Southeast event is a series of global warming actions that are taking place across the United States this summer. Last year’s actions were hugely successful and brought together thousands of people to voice their concern and desire for action to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. 

According to organizers, the convergence,

“…is a place to strengthen our movement, network with new allies, and take action against dirty energy while working to build a sustainable world. Workshops will include: community organizing, direct action 101, debunking false solutions to climate change, blockades, sustainable living systems, media, disaster response, fighting nukes and coal, and much more. The convergence will culminate in a collective action to confront the climate crisis.”

So if you’re in the area, drop by and check it out. 

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