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The San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition Rally

Who: People who want to see the United States of America become the world leader in renewable energy technologies.

What: The San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition is sponsoring a Rally

When: Tuesday, June 27th at 5:30 p.m

Why: to support a World War II-scale national mobilization to transition the U.S. off of fossil fuels and onto Wind, Water and Solar energy.

Where: Liberty Station, corner of Cushing Drive and Roosavelt Road.

The San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition is sponsoring a Rally Tuesday, June 27th at 5:30 p.m. at Liberty Station to support a World War II-scale national mobilization to transition the U.S. off of fossil fuels and onto Wind, Water and Solar energy. The new energy system for the U.S. has been computer modeled by Engineering Professor Mark Jacobson and his colleagues at Stanford University. The Rally will be in NTC Park at Roosevelt Road and Cushing Drive. Many influential Americans believe it would be a grave mistake for America to wait for some other nation to become the first to be fossil-fuel free because that nation would become the moral leader of the world. The goal of the climate mobilization is to restore a climate that is safe, stable and supportive of human civilization. At present, climate change is causing immense human suffering and damage to the natural world. It threatens the collapse of civilization within this century. Confronting this crisis is the great moral imperative of our time, according to retired Superior Court Judge Robert C. Coates, chairman of the San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition.

 

For additional information, go to The San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition page on Facebook.

 

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