Important Announcements

Waco Friends of the Climate: February Virtual BUSINESS MEETING

"Saving the Amazon (2020)": 44 min video with a fascinating inside look at the devastating deforestation.  Followed by discussion.

  • Brief business session covering past & ongoing campaigns.  
  • Information for Styrofoam volunteers--please attend. 
  • Join us and support local climate action
  • Your presence is VITAL:  keep the movement alive.
  • Details for meeting below.  questions:  anorthc@aol.com g the Amazon (2020)": 44 min video with a fascinating inside look at the devastating deforestation.  Followed by discussion.

Waco Friends of the Climate:  February Virtual BUSINESS MEETING
Date: 
 Thursday, February 4, 2021
Time: 
 6:00pm until approx. 7:30pm
Site:
  on line with link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87448743438

Details:

  • All members & supporters are strongly encouraged to attend.  We hope for a larger group than at our last zoom meeting.
  • Most members are familiar with zoom meetings.  However, if not, it is extremely simple.  Just use the link to reach the site.  You will be admitted from the waiting room.  It is suggested that you turn your video ON to create a more realistic meeting.  (If you wish for your video to be OFF that's fine also). Please mute your audio until you wish to speak. 
  • The Styrofoam Collection Event April 3 will require more volunteers and we will have a slightly different procedure in April after discussion with Dart Corporation.  We need volunteers, so please attend this meeting.
  • Epilogue to 4th Annual Climate Crisis Art Exhibit.  If you have not seen the show, only a couple of weeks remain:  climatecrisisartexhibit.org.
  • Other topics include:  Earth Day Reusable Bag Distribution, ongoing Go Renewable Waco campaign (at City Council), outdoor table event April 11.
  • An informative climate science presentation will be included.  
  • New campaign proposals:  your ideas are encouraged and welcome. 

Please add this virtual meeting to your calendar now:  it is vital that we maintain our cohesion.  Although federal climate policy will improve this year, grassroots work remains crucial.   



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