Join the Center for Biological Diversity when we partner with 350.org on May 5 to "Connect the Dots" between your local issues and global climate change. People all over the planet will be demonstrating how their home is threatened by the unfolding effects of global warming.
From Milan to Miami and San Fran to Sydney, we'll show that the scale of this problem is global, and so is the solution. There are events happening near you, and it only takes a moment to find one.
If you'll be in the Bay Area on May 5, please join the Center and allies as we put ourselves on the climate change map by representing sea-level rise and its threat to communities, animals and plants, by becoming a giant human wave. We'll be a force of nature at Crissy Field, San Francisco's restored tidal marsh -- but we need your help to do it.
Nearly 4 million Americans live less than four feet above current high-tide levels, and scientists are projecting between two to seven feet of sea-level rise this century. In the worst case scenario, 93 percent of San Francisco Bay's tidal marsh could be lost in less than a century.
Please join us in making these facts large enough for the world to see.
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Here are the details:
What: Wear blue and/or bring a blue sheet. We will be filmed.
When: Saturday, May 5 at noon
Where: Crissy Field, across from 924 Old Mason, San Francisco, CA 94129
Transportation to Crissy Field: There are various bus lines that run to and through the park, including MUNI Lines 28, 76, 30, 41 and 45.
A carpool from the North Berkeley BART station may be available with notice.