Rides From Valley to Mass Climate Action in Albany

On May 14 in Albany, New York, activists will use non-violent civil disobedience to take a stand against climate change. Bus rides from the Valley are available. Climate change is a major threat to earth's ability to support human life, according to the world's leading scientists. The Albany action has been endorsed by www.350.org and other groups. The web site for the action is www.albany2016.org.

Bus loads of activists will be coming from New York City and Boston to the Albany event. There will be carpools from Brattleboro. They are being coordinated by a group that has a web site at www.SafeAndGreenCampaign.org.

More information about the bus from the Valley is available by emailing breakfree@albany2016.org or by calling (774) 313-0881. Amtrak and Greyhound also travel between the Valley and Albany. The march starts at 11 a.m. from the corner of Morton Avenue and Eagle Street in Albany. By direct bus or by car, Albany is about 1 hour and 10 minutes from the Valley town of West Springfield, Massachusetts. People who don't want to risk arrest will be able to do that.

A list of groups that have endorsed the Albany action is at:



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