|From:||Matthew Bralow <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Sent time:||Sunday, September 25, 2011 10:10:04 PM|
|Subject:||Re: [september17discuss] For the Internet Committee kids - EVENTS FOR MONDAY!!!|
also... this! .... Monday, 5:00pm - Chris Williams - No Nukes! No
Fracking! - How Renewable Energy Can Power the Planet
at Liberty (formerly Zuccotti) Park
In a clear indication of just how far removed from reality the debates in
Washington have become, the meltdowns that occurred at the Fukushima-Daiichi
nuclear plant in Japan have led to calls by US politicians not for an
end to nuclear
power, but for its EXPANSION and the growth of other environmentally destructive
energy “solutions”: hydrofracking, the refining of tar sands,
mountain-top removal of coal, the expansion of off-shore drilling.
But movements against nuclear power, fracking and TRULY SUSTAINABLE
ENERGY are RE-EMERGING with renewed vitality across the world: due to
mass protest, the governments of Germany and Switzerland are closing
their nuke plants and 95% of Italians just voted to do the same!
How can we build the movement here in NYC? How realistic are wind,
solar and geothermal alternatives to power all of our energy needs?
What other changes are necessary to bring them about? Join us for a
discussion of how we can strengthen these movements and what solutions
a radical environmental movement can put forward for the ecological
crisis facing our society.
On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 11:51 PM, NicolasMoselleAllen
> Hola compañer@s!
> The following event is slated for tomorrow but there doesn't seem to
> be any kind of announcement on Occupywallstreet.org. My friend Nicole
> has wrangled Nato Thompson to speak alongside the Yes Men, and I know
> she would appreciate it if we could get the word out!
> Tomorrow (monday) at NOON: "Join Nato Thompson of CREATIVE TIME, the
> Yes Men, and other artists, theorists, and cultural producers in
> ZUCCOTTI PARK to devise ways the art word can bring its badass
> competences to the cause of envisioning/building a more equal
> Can we get this up in time for some people beyond the usual campers to
> actually attend?
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