Stop Keystone XL tar sands pipeline – 350.org & TUCAN – Nov 18 & 19
|Sunday, November 18, 2012|
|Monday, November 19, 2012|
|12:00 pm||to||12:30 pm|
Sunday 1 pm MST (3 pm EST) – online live stream from Washington DC
Monday 12 noon at TEP corporate headquarters, 88 E Broadway Blvd, downtown Tucson AZ
Action Alert - SUNDAY online – MONDAY in downtown Tucson
Nov 18 Sunday 1 pm MST, live online from Washington DC
Nov 19 Monday 12 noon in downtown Tucson
Young activists blockading the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline in East Texas are doing a mass action. They have asked for support rallies, and the Tucson Climate Action Network and 350Tucson are sponsoring a solidarity action at 12 noon in front of the TEP corporate HQ, downtown at 88 E. Broadway Blvd.
This will be a relatively brief demonstration (scheduled for 12:00 to 12:30 pm) and no civil disobedience is planned. However, it will be an important show of strength and solidarity, and a great opportunity to connect with others who are ready to seize the momentum of this crucial moment and raise our voices to STOP the pipeline and bring on a serious and effective approach to climate change in the U.S.
Please come stand in solidarity. Bring your signs and banners. We will speak on behalf of both national actions as well as connecting the dots between TEP as a coal-burning utility, and tar sands, and global warming, and extreme climate events.
Tar Sands Blockade is on Facebook too: facebook.com/TarSandsBlockade?fref=ts
RECENT MAINSTREAM MEDIA
The mainstream media is showing a flurry of unaccustomed attention in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and Obama’s re-election, and new World Energy Outlook report from the IEA—check out David Remnick on why Obama MUST address the nation on climate change NOW
and this report on the U.S. military’s latest warnings:
Even our Arizona Daily Star is starting to catch on:
Hope to see you Monday! Stay tuned for ideas for actions you can take, both on your own and by joining with us as we go forward — because THERE IS NO PLANET B.
Tucson Climate Action Network – tucan.news(at)gmail.com