You won’t want to miss this inspiring, and potentially
Earth-saving address by former California Sen. Tom Hayden
1) The drive to slow climate change will result in more jobs and more solar energy and carbon-free businesses. Because the federal government has not been able to be effective at reducing greenhouse gases, the impetus to “save the planet” is falling onto the shoulders of states and local communities — like Malibu! With so many communities working together, climate change will become “The Great Unifier.”
2) Additional ways to profit will emerge from greenhouse gas-reduction industries and because of this Republicans will change their viewpoint and jump on the band wagon to fight climate change.
3) The Golden State will lead the nation and even the world in developing profitable industries climate-change fighting industries. California is already at the vanguard in developing strategies to slow the production of carbon/methane/CO2.
What can YOU do to help?
Find out at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 11, at the Malibu Democratic Club’s Second Saturday Series of informational programs at the Malibu Library, 23519 Civic Center Way. Parking is free of charge.
We’ll also use the occasion to give club members a chance to endorse Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris in her 2016 campaign for Sen. Barbara Boxer’s seat, and also to endorse Trent Lange’s California Clean Money Campaign (Agenda/ information is at bottom.)
Tom Hayden has a plan to hold back climate change and it’s based on programs already being implemented by the State of California. Because it is community-based and relies on grass roots cooperation, Hayden Calls it, “Climate Change: The Great Unifier.”
Hayden says California’s commitments have been so inspiring that while Congressional climate-deniers and Big Oil advocates have been turning their backs on recent international demonstrations, they will change their minds, even so.
Why? Because California will be giving them an offer they can’t refuse: Profit!
Come hear this talk that has the potential to maintain a more healthy and viable life on Planet Earth!
RSVPs appreciated (but not necessary) to firstname.lastname@example.org.