April 30, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm at Cepeda Branch, Austin Public Library, 651 N Pleasant Valley Rd, Austin, Texas
Join us for a lively, stimulating, and often deep discussion with some really interesting people! Although we’ve been discussing articles the last few months, this month we will change back to discussing a book – because Bill McKibben’s latest book just came out: “Falter: Has the Human Game Began to Play Itself Out?” (For those who don’t know, Bill McKibben is the founder of 350.org. If you want to get a copy, you have just over a week left to read it. If you’re not up to reading it, you can check out various review online, including the one in the NY Times Review of Books:
Of course, you can come without doing any of this reading just to enjoy the discussion. I will summarize the main arguments in the book for everyone.
April 27, 2019 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm at the Texas State Capitol
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Time has changed to 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.
Saturday 4/27 is a big day for Austin! Head to the Clean Energy Rally for some great music and info on the Permian Highway Pipeline, then spend the remainder of the afternoon at Earth Day Austin. 350 Austin will have a presence at both events.
We are calling for a massive gathering to show our Gas & Oil Legislators it is TIME FOR A CHANGE! The people will lead the leaders……. to a CLEAN ENERGY Future!
LIVE MUSIC with Bill Oliver & the Otter Space Band, Bob Slaughter & Laughing Waters, Lucas Miller and Purly Gates. SPEAKERS: Legislators + Climate, Energy & Environmental Consultants: Peter Beck (St. Ed’s/Environmental Policy) David Cortez (Sierra Club), Dee Dee Belmares (Oil & Gas Pollution – Mom’s Clean Air Force) and Info tables by Sierra Club, Public Citizen, Clean Water Action, Students for Sustainability, Save Barton Creek Assoc. and Clean Energy Now Texas.
Due to that horrendous storm, the festival was rescheduled. It is Saturday 4/27/2019 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Huston-Tillotson University.
350 Austin will have a booth at Earth Day Austin. If you want to help out, PM us.
The theme for this year’s Earth Day ATX festival is “Honoring Our Home.” This festival is an opportunity for you to explore the many local organizations and community leaders working to make Austin a beautiful and healthy place to live. You are all invited to engage in an extraordinary array of fun, immersive and educational activities.
April 16, 2019 @ 6:50 pm – 8:30 pm at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin 4700 Grover Ave, Austin, Texas 78756
Lots happening, so arrive early!
Our open meeting this week is bursting with music, fun, and information. The climate crisis is serious business, but that doesn’t mean we can’t “whistle while we work”! Singer, songwriter, and pipeline warrior Purly Gateswill be joining us to talk about the Permian Highway Pipelinethat is threatening our beloved Hill Country. She will also perform for us. You don’t want to miss that.
Our intern from Switzerland, Adrian Stolz, will be leading us in a bit of fun with his climate change version of Bingo. Fill your card and win a t-shirt!! Sadly, we will also be saying farewell to Adrian this week.
We will be welcoming the newest kids on the block, Sunrise Movement. Our own Morgan Young, a UT senior, will be sharing what the recently formed Austin group is up to.
There will be an update on our campaign to close the Fayette coal plant, the latest on the Electric Utility Commission, and important announcements about ways you can get involved.
Join us for a lively, stimulating, and often deep discussion with some really interesting people! Although we’ve been discussing articles the last few months, this month we will change back to discussing a book –[...]