Nashville TIPL had a great meeting with Amanda Garcia with the Southern Environmental Law Center making an excellent presentation on the Mayor’s Livable Nashville draft report on “Climate and Energy.” The Chapter will engage in shaping Nashville’s response to climate change and how that response can benefit all Nashvillians, including our low-income neighbors.
The next meeting is Monday, March 27, 6:30 p.m. at Holy Name Catholic Church, 521 Woodland Street (corner of Woodland and 6th St. in East Nashville to plan all the different activities/actions around Earth Day week, which includes:
- Saturday, April 22: Rally for Science and Climate March in Nashville. Exact timing, place, etc., are still being worked on. TIPL-Nashville supports the combined rally and march. Please mark your calendar. More information soon.
- Saturday, April 22: Earth Day Festival in Centennial Park. TIPL-Nashville will have a booth. booth.
- Saturday, April 29: People’s Climate March in Washington, D.C. Some will be car pooling from Nashville and the Sierra Club is organizing a bus from Tennessee. The link to the Facebook page where folks can sign up for the Sierra Club bus: https://www.facebook.com/events/872936742846612/ or http://bit.ly/2lYp8d9.