Sending Our Voices to the U.N. Climate Conference in Paris
In preparation for the critical United Nations Climate Conference in Paris, the Rise Up For Climate Justice Campaign of WNY sponsored a public rally at Niagara Square in September calling on our elected officials to act in earnest to curb Climate Change:
- To protect people and all living things on our planet from the worst impacts of climate change, now and into the future, by stoping global warming pollution caused by burning fossil fuels.
- To ensure a just transition for communities and workers impacted by the shift from fossil fuels to clean energy sources.
|Photo by Nathan MacFarlane|
Supporters have signed a Climate Justice Pledge. A scroll bearing the names of the pledge signers will be revealed at the Community Gathering and ceremoniously passed on to UB law students who will travel to Paris and present it to an official at the U.N. Climate Conference.
Please Join Us at the Community Gathering!
Food will be provided along with Music and Ceremony.
Families and children are welcome.
WHEN: Saturday, November 28 at 5:30pm-8:30pm
WHERE: Temple Beth Zion (auditorium), 805 Delaware Ave., Buffalo [Map]
The Community Gathering is Free and Open to the Public.
Come show your support for our student representatives as they prepare to leave for Paris to call on U.S. leaders for bold action on climate change for a just and livable future.
The Community Gathering is registered as a Global Climate Action at 350.0RG. Show your support by adding Your Name Here: act.350.org/event/global-climate-march_attend/11869
QUESTIONS? Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
On Nov. 30 through Dec. 11, Rise Up For Climate Justice will sponsor a community-wide vigil for the duration of the U.N. Climate Summit.
WHO ARE WE: The Rise Up For Climate Justice campaign comprises diverse groups of Western New Yorkers including people of different faiths, students, people of color, teachers, indigenous people, labor unions, community activists, environmentalists, artists, performers and local politicians. The campaign is open to all people