Clean Elections – and other projects – To Stop Climate Change – Feb 22

posted Monday, February 20, 2012        

Wednesday, February 22, 2012
7:00 pm

CLEAN ELECTIONS – AND OTHER PROJECTS – TO STOP CLIMATE CHANGE — Wed, Feb 22, 7 PM, 931 N. 5TH AVE.

Dear Climate Change Activist,

Please join us Wednesday, February 22nd at 7 p.m. at the Quaker Meetinghouse, 931 N.5th Ave., Tucson, to learn more about the Clean Elections Law and ways to use it to stop climate change.

Also learn about our new Action Groups to stop coal burning at TEP’s Irvington plant; the Citizens’ Climate Lobby national carbon fee (tax) and dividend campaign; strengthening Tucson’s new climate change plan; 350.org’s bird-dogging, probably of Congressional District 8 candidates who take fossil fuel money, other election projects, our Neighborhood Sustainability and Climate Change Houseparties, and other ways to use listening and peer support in this fight.

Jim Driscoll and Vince Pawlowski

P.S. Please RSVP to Jim at the National Institute for Peer Support

Jim Driscoll
National Institute for Peer Support (NIPS)
4151 E. Boulder Springs Way
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: 520-250-0509
Email: JimDriscoll(at)NIPSPeerSupport.org
Website: www.NIPSPeerSupport.org


One comment about “Clean Elections – and other projects – To Stop Climate Change – Feb 22” ...
 

Jim, I am the new Chair, School of Criminal Justice for ITT in Tucson. I had the opportunity to read your Biography. The reason for this contact is to ask if you might be willing to act as a classroom guest speaker at some point in our December Quarter. Please consider this as an open invitation. I look forward to hearing from you.
Respectfully,
David Norvell


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