350 NOLA, Tulane Divest, and Tulane Green Club co-hosted a vigil for the survivors and victims of Typhoon Haiyan, an enormously devastating storm that hit the Philippines. We lit candles, and discussed 1. ways to help New Orleanians connect the dots between stronger storms and climate change, and 2. how we might send meaningful and effective aid to the Philippines in the wake of this terrible natural disaster.
Obama came to NOLA to talk about increasing exports, including fossil fuel exports. Our message:
Obama, climate change is a human rights issue. No KXL! No tar sands! No fossil fuel exports! Save our city, our coast, our people, our way of life!
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Over 200 people came out in New Orleans to second line as part of 350.org’s NATIONAL day of action to “Draw the Line” on KXL, tar sands, and climate change. 350 NOLA partnered with Tulane Green Club to DRAW THE LINE…ON PIPELINES!
flyer designed by Julia Sevin
As part of 350.org’s national day of action to “Draw the Line” on KXL, join us in New Orleans to “Draw the *Second* Line” on Keystone XL and to fight for climate justice! Lagniappe Brass Band will lead a second line from Woldenberg Park through the French Quarter.