“It is the largest tar sands pipeline in the world. This pipeline is the equivalent to 50 new coal-fired power plants. So, you know, if you're trying to save the planet, this is not the way to do it.” (Winona LaDuke ([link removed]) , Honor the Earth ([link removed]) , and member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe ([link removed]) )
* Stop Enbridge Line 3 ([link removed]) - Sign the petition
+ June 5 - 8, Treaty People Gathering, Minnesota
+ June 4, 7:00am, Caravan Stop in Milwaukee
* Join us on Friday, 12-1pm: 350MKE Fridays for Future
* Fire Drill Fridays - Every Friday with Jane Fonda
* Tuesday, June 8 - 350 Milwaukee Meeting
* Oxford Climate Scientist ([link removed]) - Water, Clouds, GHG & Climate Change
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+ May 350MKE Meeting video ([link removed]) is on-line with new links
+ May & March Meetings Follow-up - Eating More Sustainably ([link removed])
VOTE. SPEAK. ACT.
Treaty People Gathering ([link removed])
Saturday June 5 - Tuesday June 8
Minnesota Mississippi Headwaters
If you have any interest in Line 3 after reading the brief description below, please click the links where you'll find background information, event safety information, lodging, transportation options, etc.
If completed, the Line 3 Pipeline will carry 700,000 barrels of dirty tar sands oil from Canada each day, violate Indigenous treaty rights, threaten waterways like the [link removed] and lead to a jaw-dropping 193 millions tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year.
But as Enbridge continues to build Line 3 through Anishinaabe treaty land and the Mississippi headwaters, an Indigenous-led movement of land defenders and water protectors continues to lead historic resistance.
The Indigenous leadership of the resistance is calling on people from all parts of the country to converge on Minnesota and engage in direct resistance this June 5–8.
Treaty People Gathering ([link removed])
Building Unity Opportunities ([link removed])
Building Unity Caravans ([link removed])
One of Three Wisconsin Caravans ([link removed])
The latest Southeast WI Caravan information can be found at the Caravan Link ([link removed]) . The caravan plans to stop (abut 20 minutes) in Milwaukee at 7:00am, Friday June 4th. 350MKE member Tom Seery is working with organizers to finalize the location with central Milwaukee the target for a media stop.
Join the 7am rally to show your support for decarbonizing the world's energy!
Check the site for updated info.
*350MKE has general reservations about caravans. However, this is a "car pool" to an important protest.
350MKE Fridays for Future
Friday, May 28, 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Chase and Wells Fargo Banks
Wisconsin Ave & Water St
We've got signs, we just need you to show up!
The world’s biggest 60 banks have provided $3.8 trillion of financing for fossil fuel companies since the Paris climate deal in 2015, according to a report by a coalition of NGOs.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic cutting energy use, overall funding remains on an upward trend and the finance provided in 2020 was higher than in 2016 or 2017, a fact the report ([link removed]) ’s authors and others described as “shocking”. The Guardian, March 24, 2021 ([link removed])
FIRE DRILL FRIDAY WITH JANE FONDA ([link removed])
Friday, May 28, 1:00 PM CDT / 11:00 AM PST
Join Jane Fonda and Greenpeace USA for an inspiring and moving conversation with global superstar and activist Demi Lovato. They will be discussing Demi’s path to activism, the power of taking action virtually, and the ways in which younger generations are speaking up and out on so many issues – from climate to LGBTQIA rights.
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Executive Director, RENEW Wisconsin ([link removed])
Heather leads a team of experienced staff at RENEW Wisconsin to accelerate the Badger State's transformation to renewable energy through advocacy, education, and collaboration. She works closely with RENEW’s members to grow the solar, wind, geothermal, biogas, electric vehicle, and energy storage marketplace in Wisconsin.
Heather joined RENEW in July 2018 as program director to deploy solar on homes, businesses, congregations, and nonprofits. Heather served for six years as Legislative Analyst for the City of Madison before joining RENEW. Prior to that, she worked on programs and policy for the Clean Lakes Alliance, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). She studied conservation biology as an undergraduate at UW-Madison and received her Master's of Arts in International Environmental Policy from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California.
Coming in July: Dr. Paul Roebber, founder of the WUWM Innovative Weather program, will speak on changes to global weather patterns.
Time: Tuesday, June 8, 7 - 8:30pm
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