Wind Electricity Without A Backyard Turbine

Wednesday October 28th, 2009: 6:00 - 7:30 pm, Towson Library

Kristi Neidhardt, Green Power Program Manager, Clean Currents, a local Green-e certified wind energy company. Electricity from wind is now cheaper than coal in our area for the first time, and can be delivered by BGE or Pepco. Say What? Learn how to make the switch, get the big picture, and learn more about a company that offsets operational emissions, purchases green products, provides green employee benefits, etc. 

Towson LIbrary 320 York Rd., Towson, MD 21204
$1.00 parking with validated ticket in adjacent lot, you may enter library from the lot on 3rd level. Meeting room is downstairs. Optional $5 donation suggested as we pass the green-hardhat. R.S.V.P. appreciated but not mandatory at:
mail@baltimoreclimate.org or 410-812-1447. Sponsored by the Baltimore Chapter of Chesapeake Climate Action Network


"350" International Day of Action

Saturday October 24th, 2009 Washington D.C.  Noon - 5 pm

GET ON THE BUS!  (One chartered bus from Baltimore, $16 a ticket, see below)

Join us from Baltimore to address the related issues of global warming pollution and poverty for a rally in Washington, DC at Malcolm X / Meridian Hill Park (16th St NW at Euclid Street) with music, cultural performers, bicycle rides, and speakers. 

We will then march to Lafayette Park where we will form a circle of hope around the White House to let President Obama and Congress know that we need them to step it up big time! 

Sponsored by www.350.org/dc , www.chesapeakeclimate.org and others. 

SIGN UP HERE.    See the Facebook page.
See the one-pager Flier as  a Word file or as a pdf file for more info.

From the Baltimore area, reserve your seat on the chartered bus by making your $16 check made out to Chesapeake Climate Action Network or mailing it to 1405 Berwick Rd., Towson MD 21204 (BCAN – Baltimore Climate Action Network), or contact mail@baltimoreclimate.org 410-812-1447.  

This is for the bus ticket; the event itself is free.   Let us know you if you are thinking of going by car or train, and also to learn about car-pooling from the Baltimore area