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The San Diego Democracy for America Meetup Group Message Board › OOPS!

OOPS! I FORGOT ONE EVENT>>>THUR APRIL 25 at 6:00PM Population Connection & Human and Earth Rights Organization at UCSD " Climate Mandates on Regional Transportation* Visit HERO's website. :http://ucsdhero.wordpress.com/about/ *Speaker: Mike Bull

Carol C.
cchangus
Group Organizer
San Diego, CA
You are invited to an event in San Diego on April 25th!

As a member of Population Connection, you are cordially invited to an event hosted by the Human and Earth Rights Organization at UCSD

Where: Center for Neural Circuits and Behavior (CNCB) Large Lecture Hall on UCSD's South Campus, just west of the Biomedical Library

When: Thursday, April 25th, 2013 6:00 p.m.

WHAT: Climate Mandates on Regional Transportation  Speaker: Mike Bullock (mike_bullock@earthlink.net), Transportation Chair of the Sierra Club, has addressed political, social and environmental groups through much of North America.  He is a retired satellite systems engineer in the aerospace industry.  Last summer Mike was elected to the San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee. He has authored resolutions leading to climate/transportation additions to the California Democratic Party Platform and represents the Sierra Club California-Nevada Regional Conservation Committee, where he has authored approved resolutions on Equitable and Environmentally-Sound Road Use Policies.
The Human and Earth Rights Organization is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to educating the public about social and environmental issues. HERO provides opportunities for student involvement in the community and supports human rights and environmental sustainability. HERO believes that only by addressing factors that affect the entire world, rather than considering issues that only pertain to a separate group or nation, can there be a social change drastic enough to end human suffering and stop the destruction of our planet.  For more information, visit HERO's website.

visit HERO's website. :http://ucsdhero.wordp...­


As a member of Population Connection, you are cordially invited to an event hosted by theHuman and Earth Rights Organization at UCSD

Where: Center for Neural Circuits and Behavior (CNCB) Large Lecture Hall on UCSD's South Campus, just west of the Biomedical Library

When: Thursday, April 25th, 2013

6:00 p.m.

Climate Mandates on Regional Transportation

Speaker: Mike Bullock (mike_bullock@earthlink.net­), Transportation Chair of the Sierra Club, has addressed political, social and environmental groups through much of North America.  He is a retired satellite systems engineer in the aerospace industry.

Last summer Mike was elected to the San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee. He has authored resolutions leading to climate/transportation additions to the California Democratic Party Platform and represents the Sierra Club California-Nevada Regional Conservation Committee, where he has authored approved resolutions on Equitable and Environmentally-Sound Road Use Policies.


The Human and Earth Rights Organization is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to educating the public about social and environmental issues. HERO provides opportunities for student involvement in the community and supports human rights and environmental sustainability. HERO believes that only by addressing factors that affect the entire world, rather than considering issues that only pertain to a separate group or nation, can there be a social change drastic enough to end human suffering and stop the destruction of our planet.

For more information, visit HERO's website.


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The Human and Earth Rights Organization is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to educating the public about social and environmental issues. HERO provides opportunities for student involvement in the community and supports human rights and environmental sustainability. HERO believes that only by addressing factors that affect the entire world, rather than considering issues that only pertain to a separate group or nation, can there be a social change drastic enough to end human suffering and stop the destruction of our planet.

HERO GBM’s (Seminars) are held on Thursdays at 6:00pm in the Center for Neural Circuits and Behavior (CNCB) Large Lecture Hall on South Campus, just west of the Biomedical Library.
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