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Fw: Hi Sean, can you post this?

From: Sean
Sent on: Wednesday, October 7, 2009 12:12 PM

--- On Tue, 10/6/09, Dan Miner wrote:
Subject: Hi Sean, can you post this?
Date: Tuesday, October 6, 2009, 9:05 PM

The following message was sent to you by a member of The New York Permaculture Meetup Group.

What Dan Miner wrote:
Hey permies,

There are some interesting articles on on
how we're not dealing just with peak oil but with  the economic
crisis and climate change all mixed together.  Everything has
become more complex, opaque, and unpredictable.  While many
respected analysts think oil production peaked last year, our
conventional neighbors are still unwilling to talk about it. 
One useful thing to do is build alliances with the climate
change community, and refer to that more widely understood part of the crisis to wake up as many others as we can.  Gotta start somewhere, right? So please forward the following as widely as you can.  And join us in the streets.



On October 24, join people all over the world to take a
stand for a safe climate future.

This fall, the world will set its response to climate change. 
In December, an international conference in Copenhagen will
negotiate a global climate treaty level.  Will it be strong
enough to bring greenhouse gases down to safe levels?  Or will
it be too weak? In the next few months there will be both
worldwide negotiations, and a global call to action, demanding
a strong and enforceable climate treaty.

On Saturday, October 24th, the international Day of Climate
Action, citizens around the world will hold events calling for
a treaty to limit carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to 350 parts
per million ��� what scientists tell us is the upper safe limit. 
We���re already over that now. Join us, and citizens around the
world, to call for bringing CO2 down to safe levels. www.350.

March across the Brooklyn Bridge
Meet Sierra Club NYC and other New Yorkers at 12 noon at the
entrance ramp of the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge. 
Bring signs, bells, whistles.  Wear costumes if you���ve got

Rally in Times Square
After marching across the Brooklyn Bridge, we���ll proceed to a
large rally in Times Square.  Details to be confirmed. Please
contact Stephanie Corrado for more information at
[address removed] or 908.309.3986.

Help us spread the word about October 24.

To make this a successful event, we need your help!

1. Forward this email.   Invite friends though Facebook.[masked]&ref=ts

2. Email Stephanie for flyers.  Print them out and post them

3. Over the next few weekends, take an hour or two to help our
volunteers hand out flyers to passersby at the Union Square

4. Join us on October 24! Contact [address removed]
to volunteer or if you have any questions.

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