We Can’t Stop Climate Change. But We Can Act.
In the face of challenge, there is hope, McKibben said. “There’s no guarantee we’ve started in time,” he said of citizen action on the 350-goal. “But at least we’ve started.”
More than 4200 climate actions in at least 170 countries: yes, I think we’ve started. And finally, the churches are coming on board.Â Here’s a good summary and recent talk by McKibben from the pulpit of Memorial Church as reported in the Harvard Gazette.
Join us (in the rain) in downtown Floyd on October 24 when our climate action (October 10) becomes a starting point for a future-generations focus on sustainability and resiliency in our local economy and community at the SplitRail Eco-Fair.
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