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Connecting the Dots on May 5 - Climate Change and Extreme Weather

By   Follow Me on Twitter     Message Michael Collins       (Page 1 of 1 pages)     Permalink    (# of views)   2 comments, In Series: Survival - End Times

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- Advertisement - organized "Connect the Dots" on Saturday May 5, 2012. People all over the world generated local events to connect the dots between climate change and extreme weather. Droughts, floods, hurricanes, seasonal change, etc. are a function of accelerating and damaging climate change. This flash video was removed for security reasons
Headed by Bill McKibben, 350.ORG runs "online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions ... led from the bottom up by people in 188 countries." If the rulers won't deal with the problem, the people will.



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