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JUNE Newsletter

In May, New Yorkers with 350NYC and allies got tough on fossil fuels. On May 11th we marched from Bryant Park to the Waldorf Astoria to greet President Obama, and demonstrate that our future must be driven by renewable energy and not by dangerous fossil fuel pipelines like the Keystone XL. On May 14th we continued our campaign against the Keystone XL pipeline with a rally at the Council on Foreign Relations to greet Canadian Prime Minister Harper.
And now as Spring turns into Summer, our campaigns are heating up. Join us in June as we grow the movement, and get involved in our campaigns to divest from fossils fuels, protect New York from fracking, and stop the development of new fossil fuel pipelines. 
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On June 17th join us in Albany to tell Gov Cuomo to ban fracking once and for all!

Sign up for buses. Learn more about the New Yorkers Against Fracking rally. And invite your friends to the event on Facebook. 

We are pleased to announce our new partnership with the New York Society for Ethical Culture who will be providing a home space for our 350NYC meetings!  Thanks to the Environmental Stewardship Committee and executive director Robert Liebeskind for welcoming us into what's bound to be a productive and enduring collaboration.

British Columbia rejected Enbridge's Northern Gateway Read original story  CBC 5.31.
Announcing Summer Heat”  Mass Actions across the US this summer!
Sign the Keystone XL Pledge of Resistance:  http://act.credoaction.com/sign/kxl_pledge          

Join  our "City Divest" Working Group
Join 350NYC “Summer Heat” Planning Committee
Join our NYC Divest Coalition Project
Write to us at 350.orgnyc@gmail.com for info
Support Fossil Free NYC
Sign the petition! Tell City Comptroller John Liu to stop putting New York City's money into climate-destroying fossil fuels!

Learn About Your Climate Impact
Check out Trajan Power's new carbon footprint calculator!  
Volunteers Needed:
To phone bank for New Yorkers Against Fracking June 17th Rally in Albany 

Mon - Fri 10am - 6pm 
Tues and Thurs til 9pm

Food and Water Watch office: 

68 Jay St, 7th Flr, Brooklyn
Schedule with 
Morgan Friedman <mfriedman@fwwlocal.org>
If you prefer to make calls from your home, let me know and we'll set you up with names and script.
Our next 350NYC Monthly Meeting to be announced soon. 

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Upcoming Events

Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 5th 
Human Impacts Institute "Energizing a Clean Climate Revolution"

6:30-8:30pm @The German House, 871 United Nations Plaza  Event description/Buy tickets here: http://humanimpactssalons.bpt.me/ 
(including wine and snacks networking reception, courtesy of German Consulate of NY)
Speakers: Phil Aroneau, Co-Founder, 350.org
Dr. Georg Maue, First Secretary Climate and Energy Policy, German Embassy
Josephine Decker, Environmental Artist/Filmaker (with live performance)
Ben McKelahan, Lutheran Pastor
Doug Semmes, Director, New York Market, Green Mountain Energy;
James Slezak, Purpose.com  


Wed/Thurs June 5th, 6th
The Film Society of Lincoln Center's Green Screens Series
Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center at 144 West 65th Street, just west of Bway.
Stop by our 350NYC table! 


Sat/Sun June 8, 9
Left Forum Divest Panels

@Pace University next to City Hall Park, NYC
June 8, Session 3 at 3:40pm "Fossil Fuel Divestment: A Catalyist for Systematic Change"
June 9, Session 6 @noon "Divesting from Fossil Fuels, Investing in our Future", Catherine Scopik, chair

*Monday June 17th
New Yorkers Against Fracking Rally in Albany  Sign up for buses.  Learn more  

Wednesday, June 19 

Mayoral Candidate Forum Mayoral Candidate Forum
10am-12pmBaruch College Vertical Campus Conference Center, 55 Lexington Ave at 24th street. Sponsored by University Transportation Research Center, focused on transportation, policy, community sustainability, safety and livability. RSVP here.

Monday, June 24
No Plastic Bags Forum
7pm @Greenwood Baptist Church, at 461 6th Street at the corner of 7th Avenue in Park Slope.
Join City Council Member Brad Lander, the Green Party of Brooklyn, Sierra Club, No Impact Project, Sane Energy, PlasticBagLaws.org and BagItNYC  to learn about the massive environmental impact that single-use plastic bags have in NYC, and the NYC campaign to do something about it.

* Wednesday, June 26
Stop Spectra Pipeline.  Stop Rockaway Pipeline. 
Renewable NYC Now! A Flash Mob to Protect Our City
Meet at 11:30am sharp at the outdoor plaza above the Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall 4,5,6 train.
Join us for a highly visual and spectacular action in front of City Hall including music and giant pipeline puppets vs solar panels and windmills.  Let's show our representatives we demand a city that runs on clean, renewable energy - and we want an end to fracked, shale gas infrastructure!  Please be on time and ready to participate! Occupy the Pipeline

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