When: Saturday, May 6, at 1PM to 4PM
Where: Veteran's Memorial Building: 2203 Central Avenue, Alameda
What: Global warming will change our world unless we choose to change first! Figure out how by taking part in the free Climate Reality event at the Alameda Earth Palooza. Join Julian Aldridge, Climate Reality Leader, and Jessica Jane Robinson, CEO & founder of Resilience Birthright, as they they exchange ideas on how to resolve climate crises. Stop by and learn how to heal the planet!
The event's speakers, including mayor Trish Spencer, Maricelle Cardenas from StopWaste, and Laura McKaughan from the Northern CA Recycling Association, will answer your questions about sustainable and healthy lifestyles, solar energy for your home and business, and about the economic and environmental benefits of electric vehicles. These local experts will also share their techniques of using green initiatives to improve health, as there are hundreds of actions that Alameda residents can take part in to help solve the climate crisis, actions that can enhance quality of life both privately and for the community.
Switching your vehicle to a greener version can help heal the planet and your budget. This event will be a great opportunity to learn more about the 2017 Bolt Ev, a battery-electric car that has won many awards, including Motor Trend's 2017 Car of the Year. The vehicle is "reinventing what an electric vehicle can be" by winning the 2017 Green Car of the Yet, awarded by the Green Car Journal, and the 2017 North American Car of the year. You may be surprised how affordable and fun these options now are! For more information, click here.
This event is part of the Alameda Earth Palooza, a season of caring about the earth that highlights Alameda as one of the greenest cities in California. Environmental groups and organizations, along with businesses owners, will demonstrate their sustainable initiatives to the city. Running from March 21 to June 21st with events all over town, it is hosted by the Community Action for a Sustainable Alameda (CASA). For more information, click here.
The Climate Reality Leadership Corps, a global network of activists committed to spreading awareness of climate change to solve one of the greatest issues of our time, organized this event. To find out more about the Climate Reality Project and how members are resisting President Trump, check them out! The event is free. To register and find out more, click this link.