Climate Change and WA State, Monday, April 8th. Learn what you can do!

Attend a Sierra Club sponsored event on climate disruption in WA State and what you can do about it this coming Monday, April 8th from 6:30 – 8:00.

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April 8 at REI:
Climate Change and WA State

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Dear Friend,

2012 was the hottest on record in the continental United States. And Washington State is vulnerable to climate disruption: it threatens our snow-fed drinking water supply, jeopardizes our thirsty farms and destabilizes hydro-electric power.

Join us at REI next Monday to learn more about climate disruption in Washington state and what you can do about it.

As President Obama calls for more action to confront climate change, it is up to all of us to educate ourselves and each other, and learn the best ways to fight climate change in our communities. That’s why we’re inviting you to join Sierra Club and Dr. David Peterson at REI to discuss climate change in Washington State.

Event details:

WHO: Sierra Club, Dr. David Peterson — and you!

WHAT: A presentation on Washington state and climate change

WHEN: Monday, April 8, 2013, 6:30 p.m. – 8p.m.

WHERE: REI Flagship Store, 222 Yale Ave. N., Seattle (map)

QUESTIONS? Email graham.taylor@sierraclub.org

RSVP here: http://action.sierraclub.org/REIClimatePresentation

Dr. Peterson is a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize and works at the Pacific Northwest Forest Service Research Station. He has conducted extensive research on the effect of climate change on mountains and forests throughout the western United States and has published more than 200 scientific articles and three books. He’ll share this knowledge with us at REI next Monday.

Climate change is a scary proposition, but knowledge is power. Join us next Monday to learn more.

Thanks for everything you do for our environment,

Graham Taylor
Sierra Club — Washington State

P.S. Share this event with your friends and neighbors.

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