|Homestretch! Just one week left to go to Paris Climate Talks. Some of you have been here for almost 40 weeks: Great work, whether it was one Action or the whole enchilada. Next week we’ll introduce the volunteer team that has been bringing you Monday Actions.
Last week, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healy’s report came out, proving conclusively there is no need for new gas pipelines. Today’s Monday Action is a huge thank you to the Attorney General for her courage to shine a light on how unwelcome this costly fossil fuel-driven proposed pipeline is:
Contact the AGO: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Attorney General,
Thank you for protecting rate-payers from predatory energy practices pushed by the fossil fuel lobby. While countries gather at the U.N. Climate talks in Paris to agree on global solutions to climate change, I am heartened that you are here with us concerned citizens, on the ground in MA, making sure that we do our part to fight global warming and the injustices that it brings, with all that we have.
Northampton 5:30 Step off from the high school, march to City Hall for rally 6-7pm. RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/131746587186234/
Amherst 6-7pm Amherst Common. RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/164706183879340/
Springfield 5-6pm Eastfield Mall. RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/465109347006043/
In Northampton, bring a 2 sentence statement to the negotiators in Paris about what you want to save and what you want to create and expand in the face of catastrophic climate change.
In Amherst, bring a 3 sentence “Letter to the Future” by completing the following three prompts. You can share it aloud at the rally if you want and then send it to our leaders in Paris.
The rallies in Amherst and Northampton include the Raging Grannies and other singers, students, faith groups and community organizations. The rallies will end with the ringing of church bells.
Yours in Hope,
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