People’s Climate March and Ride September 21st 2014!

Time’s Up! Environmental Organization has been working on sustainable solutions to combat climate change for 27 years. Time’s up is an all-volunteer run Non-Profit group. We will be hosting and working with other community organizations to organize, support, and draw attention to successful sustainability efforts in NYC and to draw awareness to the Climate Change conference at the UN.

If you’d like to join us or help in our events, let us know!

Listed below are some of the events and campaigns we’ve been working on:

At Time’s Up, located at 626 E 14th St, we will be hosting classes and bike repair workshops. We will be making trailers and support bicycles for the weekend’s events. We currently working to organizing a free rental of our bikes with a security deposit $75.

If you’d like to join us or help in our events, please let us know!  We would appreciate your help.

Listed below are some more events we are coordinating in conjunction with the UN Climate Conference.

1) Banner and Puppet Making For People’s Climate March
La Plaza Community Garden, 9th street and Avenue C
Thursday, 9/18 from 4pm to 8pm
Bring paints, props, and food to share as we make ecological puppets and props in our green space for the upcoming People’s Climate March and Ride.
2) Sign and Patch Making For People’s Climate March @ Loisaida Harvest Festival
La Plaza Community Garden, 9th street and Avenue C
Friday, 9/19 from 4pm to 8 pm
Join in the festivities of the Loisaida Harvest Festival and make signs and patches for the People’s Climate March and Ride.
3) Presentation on the History of Grassroots Environmental Activism in New York City
MoRUS, Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space 155 Avenue C between East 9th and 10th
Saturday, September 20th @ 6:15 pm

Come learn how sustainable grassroots community projects have ignited social change and
policy change in NYC. Hear about different sustainable subjects, like how community bicycle activism changed the whole city to a more safe and sustainable design with bike-lanes, auto-free plazas and greenways. Learn the history of the Green Guerrillas throwing seed bombs into abandoned lots that then flourished into lush community gardens. There are so many examples about how community-based activism became a part of sustainable NYC, from recycling and composting and to urban design. Hosted by the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space featuring a conversation and video screening by Wendy Brawer of Green Maps and Bill DiPaola of Time’s Up Environmental Organization.

4) People’s Climate March
Sunday, September 21st
The March – 11:30 am, Columbus Circle: Meet here to WALK the March
This September, there will be a historic summit of World leaders in NYC to address climate change. Let’s take to the streets to demand action on climate change and to call for a world that works for people and the planet. We’ll be combining efforts with and other activists from all over the world to call for action on Climate Change.
5) People’s Climate Bike Bloc Ride
Sunday, September 21st
In collaboration with the People’s Climate March, hop on your emission free recycled bike, wear green and get ready to pedal for the planet. Time and location tba.

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