To dispel your climate despair and be part of a growing grassroots movement that is getting revenue neutral carbon fee and dividend legislation passed, join Citizens Climate Lobby!Citizen's Climate Lobby (CCL) is a non-profit nonpartisan organization working on creating the political will for a livable world. CCL's mission is to empower normal citizens, who care about their world, to engage in conversations with their elected officials.

 On June 24th five members from DFW chapter went to Capitol Hill and met with Texas Congress members. http://greensourcedfw.org/articles/dfw-citizens-climate-lobby-activists-... you care about the environment and want to get involved in getting an effective climate change policy created, come meet us. 

Info: Shawn Reeder at [email protected]

To learn more about our organization, dial in to our intro call Sept 3, at 7pm. Conference number: 1-866-642-1665. Pass code: 440699#

City of Dallas festival featuring green vendors, organizations and entertainment. Free.

Monthly environmental activities hosted by Trinity Environmental Academy, led by certified teachers and founders of Trinity Environmental Academy. Fun, hands-on activities for ages 4-10. Snacks and water provided.

This month's theme: Water, water everywhere.

Free. Info: 469-554-6320 or [email protected]

READ THE GREENSOURCEDFW.ORG ARTICLE.

Donations can be made 6 a.m. to midnight to more than 1,600 certified nonprofits listed on www.NorthTexasGivingDay.org, including 56 local environmental advocacy groups. Donations of $25 and above will be amplified by $2 million in bonus funds and prizes.

 

See link for list of green North Texas nonprofits that are participating:

 https://www.northtexasgivingday.org/#npo-category/environment

Join veg-friendly folk for a social gathering.

Public welcome. 

Join the Swarm and take part in a week-long campaign of Global actions to Save the Bees. Together we will Pester the Pesticide Pushers and Swarm together to BAN Neonicotinoids and other poisonous chemicals. We need to keep the bees alive to pollinate our food.

THURSDAY: Wear your BEE costume everywhere you go all day. When people ask why the heck you’re dressed like a BEE, you can tell them about the BEEs and our Saturday event and pass out flyers if you want (we’ll have them at the Monday event or make your own).

SATURDAY: Big Day of Action - Aug. 16, National Honey Bee Day. Start getting your bee costumes ready now. We'll have a family-friendly rally in Klyde Warren Park at 9 a.m. with bee flash-mob dance for all ages.

Join the Swarm and take part in a week-long campaign of Global actions to Save the Bees. Together we will Pester the Pesticide Pushers and Swarm together to BAN Neonicotinoids and other poisonous chemicals. We need to keep the bees alive to pollinate our food!...

WEDNESDAY: We’ll ride the train around DFW in our BEE costumes, getting off at different stops to BUZZ around and “Do the Honey Bee,” sharing info about the bees and our Saturday SWARM. Meet us at 9:45 a.m. at the Kiosk in front of the Mockingbird DART Station; buy your all-day ticket and bee ready to board the 10:08 train towards Parker Road Staion. The train will stop at the Forest Lane Station at 10:19, if anyone wants to jump on there and join us. We'll disembark at the Downtown Plano Station at 10:33 to "do our BEE thing" in and around Haggard Park. Then we'll reboard the DART, and make stops (including one for lunch) at other stations on the way back to Mockingbird Station.

THURSDAY: Wear your BEE costume everywhere you go all day.

Join the Swarm and take part in a week-long campaign of global actions to Save the Bees. Together we will Pester the Pesticide Pushers and Swarm together to BAN Neonicotinoids and other poisonous chemicals. We need to keep the bees alive to pollinate our food!

TUESDAY: Call your legislators today and tell them to ban Neonicotinoids! Demand legislation that will protect pollinators and our food supply.

WEDNESDAY: We’ll ride the train around DFW in our BEE costumes

THURSDAY: Wear your BEE costume everywhere you go all day.

SATURDAY: Big Day of Action - Aug. 16, National Honey Bee Day. Start getting your bee costumes ready now. We'll have a family-friendly rally in Klyde Warren Park at 9 a.m. with bee flash-mob dance for all ages.

Join the Swarm and take part in a week-long campaign of global actions to Save the Bees. Together we will Pester the Pesticide Pushers and Swarm together to BAN Neonicotinoids and other poisonous chemicals. We need to keep the bees alive to pollinate our food!

MONDAY: The Honey Bee Flash Mob Practice Day will be held on the Continental Avenue Pedestrian Bridge. Dance practice, followed by a light display with the North Texas Light Brigade.

Dance and Song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpyY9_9y9Qw

Instructional video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrgUXy05KP0&feature=youtu.be.)

We’ll spell out SAVE THE BEES in lights before the beautiful Dallas Skyline and make a video & group photo that you can share with your friends. Come be a “Holder of the Light!”

TUESDAY: Call your legislators today and tell them to ban Neonicotinoids!

WEDNESDAY: We’ll ride the train around DFW in our BEE costumes

THURSDAY: Wear your BEE costume everywhere you go all day.

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