November 10, 2015, Richard Halstead
Leaders in the fight against global warming told a crowded house at Dominican University this week that the tide of public opinion has turned and momentum for taking action is building.
More than 800 people filled Angelico Hall to near capacity for the “Time to Lead on Climate” forum. Sustainable San Rafael and Organizing For Action Marin sponsored the event to build support for action on climate change in the run up to the United Nations climate change conference in Paris, which begins at the end of the month. The meeting came on the heels of President Barack Obama’s long-awaited decision last week to reject the Keystone XL oil pipeline application. Read more