DISRUPTION – Join a Group to Watch the Premiere

This is a BIG month for the climate movement.

Global leaders are meeting at the U.N. to talk about bold climate initiatives — and tens of thousands of people from across the country will meet them in New York for the People’s Climate March on September 21st, to make sure that talk leads to action.

Adding to this momentum, this weekend will bring the world premiere of Disruption — a brand new movie about the science, politics, and movement around climate change. There are a few screenings in San Diego.

Some of these may be BOOKED, so PLEASE contact the event organizer and check on availability.

Event Information:

A.

Time: Sunday, September 7, 7:15 PM

Location: Ward canyon park – San Diego, CA

Get More Info and RSVP Here: http://act.350.org/event/disruption_attend/8139/signup/?t=2&akid=5056.1532164.FYaZY-

B. 

Time: Sunday, September 7, 6:00 PM

Location:14489 Crestwood Ave., Poway 92064

Contact: (858) 842-8384 

C.

Time: Sunday, September 7, 6:00 PM

Location: Alan and Alby’s home

                 141 Beechtree drive, Encinitas

                 Contact: 760-436-2368

Disruption takes you on a fast-paced journey through the tangled world of climate change: the science, the politics, the solutions, and the stories that define this crisis at this pivotal point in human history.

We’ll be watching together in living rooms, church basements, and community centers. The movie is less than an hour long, so afterwards we’ll also have time to discuss what we can do together on this crucial issue.

This is a movie by and for the movement. We’re hoping it will galvanize a new wave of climate action and leadership this fall — starting with the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21st.

Haven’t seen the trailer yet? You can watch it here.

Can’t wait to watch (and march) with you.

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IBEW Local 569 Supports The People’s Climate March

IBEW Local 569 is supporting the People’s Climate March San Diego on September 21st because the time for climate action is now. From severe drought to an almost year-round threat of wildfires, we are already seeing devastating impacts from climate change on working families. It is our responsibility to face this harmful threat and protect our communities. Not only do we have the technology to generate cleaner energy and reduce our reliance on oil and polluting fossil fuels, California is living proof that with the right policies in place, we can put thousands to work building the 21st century infrastructure of the future. In fact, thanks to our statewide focus on sustainability, IBEW electricians are hard at work every day building solar projects, electric vehicle charging stations, light rail systems and high-performance green buildings. This is valuable construction work that is putting paychecks in our pockets, food on our tables and sustaining families throughout our region all while creating a cleaner, greener, healthier planet.

-Johnny Simpson
Business Manager
IBEW Local 569

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