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The mission is to inspire the world to rise to the challenge of the climate crisis—to create a new sense of urgency and of possibility for our planet.
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The slow pace of action in the Senate and the failure of Copenhagen, has us naturally wondering what’s next for the climate movement. The answer is right in our backyard.
Baltimore Harbor has been abused by polluters and neglected by state agencies charged with protecting Maryland's waterways. Now, Constellation Energy is proposing to dump millions of pounds of toxic coal combustion waste, otherwise knows as coal ash, from its power plant right next to the Harbor itself.
Coal Ash does not belong anywhere near our harbor. It can be recycled and not dumped.
You can get involved now to improve enforcement of existing laws and support a better healthier way by encouraging the EPA to do its job of protecting our environment.
Maryland's Dept. of the Environment (Land Management Administration) needs to hear from you to stop the permit process.
This is our State and if we don't act to protect it, who will?
Tuesday, February 2, 20010 - 7:00 pm
This one hour multi-media event combines story-telling, music, film, and humor as celebrated climate-communicator Mike Tidwell (journalist, author, host of Earthbeat Radio and Director of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network) leads the audience on a fresh journey of discovery, honesty, and hope.
Then discuss the program with its co-creators Mike Tidwell and award-winning podcast-producer Jay Tomlinson of CCAN.
The Episcopal Center (The Cathedral of the Incarnation)
In Guilford / Charles Village on the NE corner of University Parkway and N. Charles St. (Across the street from Johns Hopkins Homewood campus).
4 E. University Parkway Baltimore, 21218
On bus routes. Free parking. Free of charge. RSVP appreciated but not required: email@example.com or 410-812-1447.
Co-sponsored by CCAN, the local chapter: BCAN (Baltimore Climate Action Network) and the Baltimore Green Forum.