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Citizens Climate Lobby
Amy Stansbury

Play With Purpose

From the Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Come play with Citizens’ Climate Lobby and help solve climate change! We’ll be at Ramsey Park on April 7 from 9:30 to 11:30. We’ll be there with information about our bill, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, easy

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Citizens Climate Lobby
Amy Stansbury

Citizens’ Climate Lobby Monthly Meeting

From the Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a national organization focused on passing legislation called Carbon Fee and Dividend as a solution to climate change. All chapter meetings gather at 11:30AM, listen to the national call-in speaker, and plan upcoming actions for the month

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Once There Were Six Seaons
Austin Orgs You Should Know
Amy Stansbury

Wrestling, Climate Change, And Puppets

What does WWE wrestling have to do with climate change?   Ask the artists behind “Once There Were Six Seasons,” a show about climate change premiering in Austin on April 19th.   The show is a production of the Glass Half Full Theatre, an Austin-based group that uses puppetry

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Brews and Climate Schmooze
Amy Stansbury

Brews and Climate Schmooze

From the Citizens’ Climate Lobby – Help local climate advocates get to DC to help save our climate and enjoy an evening of music by 2018 Black Fret Artists, Greyhounds. Rising out of the Austin, Texas music scene, Greyhounds, a duo comprising guitarist Andrew Trube

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Caroline Reck
Austin Places You Should Know
Amy Stansbury

Net-Zero Hero: Caroline Reck

Sponsored Post – from the City of Austin Office of Sustainability    Meet Caroline Reck, Founder and Producing Artistic Director of Glass Half Full Theatre. Caroline is a puppeteer, and her theatre company creates original works about global issues using puppets and performers. To be clear, when

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350 Austin Happy Hour
Amy Stansbury

First Thursday 350 Austin Happy Hour

From 350 Austin – We meet monthly for a family-friendly, laid back opportunity to gather with 350 Austin friends – old and new! Barzón at Takoba (https://www.facebook.com/Takoba/) is the bar, but it serves food. Children are welcome there until 10 p.m. The restaurant (Takoba) is

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SciComm South
Climate Change
Amy Stansbury

It’s Time To Talk About Science

With the threat of climate change looming larger each and every day, there’s hardly been a more important time for science.   But you know how it goes. Often times, conversations around climate change devolve into political battles… and science takes a backseat. The SciComm South conference

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