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350.org is coordinating ideas and input from thousands of organizers from around the world, with community level demonstration projects. Let's use this group to coordinate our local efforts!

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Bike Bellingham is the 2011 local 350.org event

350.org has launched a 2011 project set for 9/24/2011, called "Moving Planet" with a website at www.moving-planet.org. In Bellingham, a project has risen up called "Bike Bellingham" which will feature family friendly bike rides from ten city schools that will converge at the Bellingham City Hall flag plaza for a climate rally/info fair from noon to 2 pm. There will also be an advanced ride from the plaza to the proposed Cherry Point Coal terminal leaving at 2 pm. If you would like more information, go to facebook.com/350bellingham. I will be posting additional information here as I learn more. However, there is a need for volunteers to help the day of the event, with pre-event postering canvassing for sponsors.

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Comment by J. C. Walker,Jr. on September 16, 2014 at 12:09pm
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Comment by J. C. Walker,Jr. on September 6, 2014 at 11:52pm
Comment by David MacLeod on September 1, 2014 at 8:03pm

Well said, J.C., and important link. Thank you.

Comment by J. C. Walker,Jr. on September 1, 2014 at 9:31am

Words, by their very nature have an inherent bias which when misused reduce qualities, quite sublimely, of notions originating from different paradigms to a disingenuous playing field. When the debate between Good Jobs is juxtaposed against a tacit acknowledgment of a concern for the environment, it demonstrates or takes advantage of the flaw. The context provided by global climate disruption is of a different logical order. Failing to recognize the difference is at our own expense, or more bluntly, our own existence. Pretending otherwise only ushers us closer to a reality of bleak options, where there are no words.http://arctic-news.blogspot.com/2014/08/ring-of-ice.html

Comment by J. C. Walker,Jr. on February 5, 2014 at 2:41pm
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Comment by J. C. Walker,Jr. on January 31, 2014 at 9:25pm

https://actionnetwork.org/events/bellingham-nokxl-vigil

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On Monday night, all across the country, people will be gathering to mark this

moment together at protest vigils, where we will light the night with our

resolve to keep fighting. We need to show the media, big oil and the President

that this movement is mobilized and unafraid. The State Department just released

its flawed environmental report on the Keystone XL Pipeline, setting in motion

the countdown to the final decision by President Obama. So… it’s game time!

Please bring candles, bike lights, head lamps and a friend or 2 or 3 to light it

up and show our resolve and say NO to the Keystone XL Pipeline. We will gather

to shine our candles, bike lights and head lamps and light up the night.

Comment by J. C. Walker,Jr. on January 26, 2014 at 11:29am

How many folks will claim victory if the coal/oil trains end up being run through the county?

 

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