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Apr 4, 2016
350 Seattle presents
Bill McKibben
Keeping Fossil Fuel Underground
Following the planet’s hottest year on record, author and activist McKibben will offer an update from the global frontlines of the climate change fight, and why lobbying leaders to shut down fossil fuel projects is crucial for the future.
($15 – $60)
Monday, April 4, 2016, 7:00PM

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Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, WA 98101
$15 general admission; $5 discounted ticket (students, activists, others on a tight budget); and $60 includes general admission and 6pm reception. Doors open at 6:30pm.

Bill McKibben

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Last year saw the hottest recorded temperatures on the planet and this May, the worldwide Break Free movement is responding. This mobilization will demonstrate opposition to fossil fuels, and express the need to keep coal, oil, and gas in the ground. In advance of this event (and because one of the five U.S. actions is taking place in Washington) author and activist Bill McKibben will offer an update from the global frontlines about the fights that’ll determine just how overheated the earth will get. He’ll also touch on the “unparalleled evil” of Exxon, and why lobbying leaders to shut down fossil fuel projects and supporting climate change solutions is crucial for the future of the planet.

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Presented by: 350 Seattle.

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