Join us on May 29th to Bike the Math from Dublin/Pleasanton BART (8am) to Chevron Headquarters in San Ramon. Let's tell Chevron to stop fueling climate chaos and become a renewable energy company!
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It’s simple math: if we burn more than 565 gigatons of carbon dioxide, the planet will heat up more than 3.5°F. Even this increase will have profound effects — anything more risks catastrophe for life on earth. Fossil fuel corporations already have more than five times this amount in their reserves. And they’re planning to burn it all and continue to look for more — unless we stop them.
CO2 + $$$ = Overheating Planet!
Pedal the Message to Chevron: Change Your Fossil-Foolish Ways!
Bike the Math
to Chevron’s Shareholders meeting
Wednesday, May 29th, 2013
Meet at Dublin/Pleasanton BART (last stop of line), 8am
bike 6 miles (1 hour leisurely ride on Iron Horse Trail) to Chevron Headquarters in San Ramon
Hikers: meet at BART at 7am
Join 350 Bay Area, Amazon Watch, Communities for a Better Environment, Asian Pacific Environmental Network, West County Toxics Coalition and other groups in support of shareholders willing to speak out against Chevron's irresponsible business practice that is destroying communities around the world and destabilizing the planet's ecosystem.
Are there people here who will join us to march on Chevron’s San Ramon headquarters for their shareholder meeting? We’re going to need you! - Bill McKibben, Do the Math TourWHENMay 29, 2013 at 8am· 56 rsvpsWHEREDublin/Pleasanton BART to Chevron Headquarters
6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd
San Ramon, CA 94583
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Put global warming warning labels on gas pumps! The warning can include a link to the local Climate Action website. This is an awareness-raising action. Cigarettes have warning labels, why not gas pumps? Ask Bay Area City Councils to pass a City Ordinance to put warning labels on Bay Area gas pumps. For example:
To the Bay Area Local Governments:
We urge our city council to require warning labels on gas pumps to:
- Warn consumers that burning gasoline is causing global warming,
- Inform people that our city has a Climate Action Plan to reduce CO2 in general and gasoline use in particular.