Mark Your Calendars 10/10/2010 is “Global Work Party”
Place – Where ever You Live
Aim – Do something to alleviate Climate Change in your city or community.
Watch the world come together to take a stand against climate change, do your part every small step counts.
On 10/10/2010 350.org is organizing the Global work Party, the largest ever effort on one day to reduce carbon world wide. The plan is to get people to work towards doing one thing to reduce our carbon foot print be it by installing Solar panels or by fixing up bikes. People have already started responding in large numbers and are creating action plans for their respective, cities and towns.
What is 350.org?
“350 “comes from the 350 parts per million which many scientists, climate experts, and progressive national governments are now saying is the safe upper limit for CO2 in our atmosphere. It is an international campaign organization dedicated to that’s building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis–the solutions that science and justice demand.
The ultimate aim of the organization is to make governments world over to pass strong climate change policies and work to reduce emissions.
Why Global Work Party?
Thousands of people around the world have already registered their plans, including bike repair workshops in San Francisco, school insulating teams in London, waste-land-to-veggies-gardeners in New Zealand, and solar panel installers in Kenya. Check out if your city or neighborhood has something planned? If not plan something and get moving. You can find ideas and existing plans here
So the plan is to pay attention to both “Work” and “Party”, people who care about the earth coming together is a party and when work is being done to reduce our impact on the planet what could be better!
Do your bit, Join the Global Work Party and take a step towards making our world a better place. Live Green!
Check out the video on Global Work Party:
You can sign up to host a local event at www.350.org/oct10
Search for an event to join at www.350.org/map