Concurrent with rallies held across Montana, the citizens of Pablo and the surrounding area will rally at Salish Kootenai College (Hwy 93, Pablo, The Late Louie Caye Sr. Memorial Building) on April 26th for Montanans for Climate Solutions, a multi-community event that will call on state and federal officials to take decisive and clear action to reduce dangerous carbon pollution and support proactive steps to solve the climate crisis.

There will be a round table discussion and three speakers: Dr. Kirwin Werner, Salish Kootenai College – Global Climate Change from an Ecological Perspective; Mike Durglo – Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribal Representative will explain the Tribal Response to Global Climate Change (a program that has been up and running for some time now); Karl Sutton – Community Supported Agriculture as a response to Global Climate Change.

Montanans from all walks of life will urge our decision-makers to embrace renewable energy, and energy efficiency and conservation policies that move us towards a clean energy economy. It is time to move away carbon polluting projects and towards clean and renewable energy.

We need urgent action to phase out carbon-intensive fossil fuels and fire up the clean energy economy. Please come out and help Pablo and Montana add our voices to the chorus!

WHEN: Saturday, April 26th, 12:00-3:00 PM

WHERE: Salish Kootenai College (Hwy 93, Pablo, The Late Louie Caye Sr. Memorial Building)

For more info contact: Kirwin Werner, jkw@ronan.net, 676-8988

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