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Global Warming Activitist Workshop

Global warming is a huge issue. If you feel something should be done, but don't know what to do, here is a chance to learn how to take action and make a difference!

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  • Workshop
When February 02, 2008
from 06:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Event Location Bastyr University, Kenmore, WA
Contact Name Jan McGruder
Contact Phone 425-576-8805
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Attend our Global Warming Activist Workshop on Saturday, February 2, 2008 from 9 am to 3 pm at Bastyr University in Kenmore and learn what you can do. This workshop is co-sponsored by Eastside Audubon, Audubon Washington and the Cascade Chapter of the Sierra Club.

Guest speakers, including prominent weather expert Cliff Maas, will talk about the latest on climate change, and the impacts of global warming. You will learn how to speak to elected officials and what actions you can take. Then learn how to lobby your legislators, and how to work with the media. You will learn practical actions to maximize your impact. No experience is necessary.

 

You will leave the workshop with a set of skills and tools to begin taking action in your community right away, and work towards passing local, state and federal legislation.

 

Cost for the all day workshop, which includes lunch and materials, is $15. A limited number of scholarships are available for those with a financial need.

 

Preregistration required. To receive an application for this exciting workshop or for more information, email jmcgruder@eastsideaudubon.org or call us at (425) 576-8805.

 

 

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