Atlanta has the potential to be a very loud voice in the international cry for strong climate action ahead of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris (especially since our own Mayor Reed will be there!) which begins on November 30th. Spearheaded by a diverse group of dedicated volunteers representing Georgia non-profit organizations, businesses, academia, activists, religious groups, government and more, this march is already several hundred strong. The People's Climate March in Atlanta is intended to be a peaceful, yet forceful demonstration of Atlanta's commitment to the global climate movement. We hope to bring together people of all different backgrounds and interests to show that climate change is a mainstream issue, and that we demand action from our local and world leaders on climate. Join us for the People's Climate March happening here in Atlanta on November 29th.
Lauren Ashley Reef
Saturday, November 28, 2015
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
There are no chocolate croissants quite like those baked at Alon's, site of Thursday's Bike Commuter Breakfast. The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition has chosen the popular Morningside café for its November gathering. Stop by between 7 and 9 am to catch up with friends who prefer pedal power in a city renown for motor traffic. Rsvp on Facebook.