The Climate & I:
A Listening & Sharing Circle
Are your feelings about the climate emergency weighing on you?
You are welcome to join us for a facilitated, supportive and non-confrontational meeting.
These circles have proven to be helpful both to climate activists and others. All views are listened to with respect.
Where: 75 MacNab Street South, Hamilton, room 313 When: Wednesday June 26th, 7-9 pm Wednesday July 10th, 7-9 pm
RSVP: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are coming to either date (or both).
Hamilton 350 is a grassroots group based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and affiliated with the continent-wide 350.org network. Our mission is to grow an engaged, aware local movement for urgent action and advocacy on the climate emergency that all of us face.
To get connected with us, look for Hamilton 350 on Facebook or email us at email@example.com
The next meeting of the Hamilton 350 Committee is this coming Wednesday, May 15 at 7 pm and we have confirmed the Environment Hamilton offices at 22 Wilson as the location. A major agenda item will be the holding a public meeting in Hamilton on a Green New Deal for Canada in response to the call issued by dozens of organizations from across the country including 350.org. The public meeting is currently set for Friday May 24 at 7 pm in rooms 192-193 of Hamilton City Hall.
Climate Emergency next steps:
The city staff report on implementing the climate emergency declaration is expected in June, but there are further steps that you should urge councillors to take now. These include:
If you have input and advice to the city on specific actions you think Hamilton should take to slash local greenhouse gas emissions and/or drawdown carbon from the atmosphere, please share this with Hamilton 350 committee to coordinate and strengthen these actions.
Further support for climate emergency declarations includes a call for an Ontario declaration made by the official opposition party in the legislature. See details at https://www.nationalobserver.com/2019/05/09/news/ontario-ndp-wants-declare-climate-emergency-doug-ford-wont-let-them