Wild and Scenic Film Festival
Earth Day in Berkeley is a two-day series of events this year. While the main deal is happening on Easter, the film fest continues on Monday, April 22.
There are films and a guest panel on Monday, from 6-9:30pm, at the David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley. Tickets are $15 general and $10 student. More information at BerkeleyEarthDay.org
Here’s an Approach to Global Warming that Makes Sense!
Citizens Climate Lobby is a grassroots, national organization that presents a path and solution to greenhouse gas emissions by working with both parties in congress. How about that for unusual in today’s political arena? We heard Mary Selkirk from CCL speak at ACC on April 12. Mary is clear, committed to her work and the work of CCL; she presented a cogent argument for CCL’s mission and vision for the US.
By taxing carbon pollution at the source and then sending that tax back to every taxpayer, emissions can be reduced due to the negative incentive and economic growth happens simultaneously with more cash in individual’s pockets. More information and details on how each of us can help: www.citizensclimatelobby.org.