People from 23 Countries in One Place, Getting to Work!

This just in from our Flickr feed…

Students from around 23 different countries and dozen ESL classes were part of the work party for planting fruit trees at the expanding school garden.Students from Mexico, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, China, Korea, Turkey, Brazil, El Salvador, Colombia, Iran, Japan, Russia, Taiwan, Italy, Spain, Peru, Ecuador, Albania, Azerbajian, Ukraine, Argentina and
Chile participated with teachers in planning, preparation and digging of ground for the trees as well as discussions of the significance of 350 and the need to step up the global movement to change the world by changing our relationship to it. We are happy to be part of such an inspiring world wide effort. Another smaller work party is planned for Sunday 10-10-10.


Break Free From Fossil Fuels

May 3–15, 2016: On six continents, thousands of people took bold action to keep coal, oil and gas in the ground. Break Free showed what the climate movement can do in 2016:
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