Thursday, September 15 at 7 PM – 10 PM
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre Green Hands Initiative, in partnership with the Environmental Youth Council St. Augustine, present “Rising Sea, Rising Community”, a public discussion on sea level rise and climate change.
“Rising Sea, Rising Community” will include a showing of the Environmental Youth Council’s video “The March for Future Generations: Break Free from Fossil Fuels”, and a message from Dr. James Hansen, Retired Director of NASA Goddard Space Institute, explaining the most recent research on climate change and the dangers of ice melt, sea level rise and super storms. The public is encouraged to take part in the discussion of where we are and what action we can take in the face of this “global emergency.”
Gates open at 6pm, event to begin at 7pm. This event is free and open to the public with ample free parking. Free food, refreshments and local music to follow the program.
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“We conclude that the message our climate science delivers to society, policymakers and the public alike is this: we have a global emergency. Fossil fuel CO2 emissions shoudl be reduced as rapidly as practical.” – Dr. James Hansen
Environmental Youth Council is hosting a community meeting at the Amphitheater next month to discuss Sea Level rise and our response moving forward.
September 15, 2016–“Rising Seas; Rising Community”
We will be holding planning meetings each Thursday leading up to the event and all are invited to come and bring your ideas.
EYC is meeting at Kookaburra’s at the Beach; Thursday, 18 August at 5:30. Be seeing you!
EYC will meet this Thursday, August 4th 5:30 at The Kookaburra’s beach location-647 A1A Beach Blvd. We will be strategizing on an upcoming event to release the EYC Break Free Video and more. All are invited to attend.
Check out the next St. Augustine screening August 25th at Corazon!
EYC is meeting Wednesday, July 20th 6 PM at Cafe 11. Apologies for the short notice.
Hope to see you there!
Environmental Youth Council, in light of recent events around the world,
Invites you in engage in this conversation.
All citizens are responsible for the direction we choose to take,
And for the consequences of our decisions.
We encourage you to read the attached message and talk about what is next.
We are meeting at Cafe 11, Tuesday, 28 June, 2016, at 6:30 PM.
The EYC Crew