See below for local events related to climate action & solutions. If we’ve missed an event from your group, please get them to us by Saturday for inclusion.
- Mon Apr 10
- 7pm Communities Rising Tour – Defying the Corporate State, Unitarian Universalist Church, 538 W Chestnut St, Lancaster, PA
- Tue Apr 11
- 6:30pm Water – Will there be enough?, The Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia
- Wed Apr 12
- Thu Apr 13
- 10-2pm canvas at Shoprite – demand to rezone site of SEPTA’s gas plant, Shoprite, Fox St, Philadelphia
- 5-6:30pm lecture – Rebecca Solnit | Art, Disaster, Utopia, Harrison Auditorium, Penn Museum, 3260 South St., Philadelphia
- 6-730pm Chester County Clean Energy Forum, West Whiteland Township Building, 101 Commerce Drive, Exton, PA
- 6:30 – 8:30pm 350 PHL’s Fossil Free SEPTA meeting, City Coho, 2401 Walnut St, Philadelphia
- Fri Apr 14
- 5-6:30pm lecture – James Hansen – Can Scientists be Activists?, Rainey Auditorium, Penn Museum, 3260 South St, Philadelphia
- Sat Apr 15
Join the Environmental Justice Committee of the Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church (BMPC) for their Green on Screen film series followed by a local expert leading a talk-back discussion. This is part of their ongoing mission to educate and advocate for God’s creation both in our congregation and the larger community.
Seed: The Untold Story, April 12: 94% of our seed varieties have disappeared in the last century. A group of heroes defend the future of food.
Discussion after the film will be led by Laurie Bachman, Executive Director of Riverbed Environmental Education Center in Gladwyne.
Contact: Carol Schmidt / 610-525-2821 / CarolSchmidt@bmpc.org
Canvass at the Shop Rite on Fox Street with Green Party of Philadelphia & 350 Philadelphia.
We will have a table inside the store, and we will be talking to people about the plant and asking them to sign petitions and make calls to Councilwoman Bass.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in canvassing, even if you can only make it for an hour or two.
- You can come anytime if you are not making puppets
- Come dressed for working with paint and other materials that can permanently stain clothes.
- Bring a brown bag lunch
Art Builds may be scheduled during the week as needed. Check @350Philly on Facebook for updates.
Contact : Lou Ann Merkle / email@example.com / 610.564.2131
Sat Apr 15 6p film & discussion – Before the Flood
Green Street Friends, 45 School House Lane, Philadelphia
Join Green Street Friends for film & discussion. All welcome. Free admission. Free parking. Free childcare. Free refreshment. And, facility is wheelchair accessible.
Contact: Cheryl / 215-842-2146