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Be a part of history on Sun, Feb 17 in DC. RSVP TODAY!

Be a part of THE BIGGEST Rally for the Climate in US History.

Sign up TODAY!

On Feb. 17, Sierra Club, 350.org and hundreds of organizations across the U.S. are organizing to bring 25,000 of us to the Mall in Washington, D.C. for the biggest rally for the climate in U.S. history.

We need YOU to sign up today and make plans to attend NOW. See transportation options below.

WHEN: Sun., Feb. 17, 2013, 12 noon to 4 pm (please arrive by 11:30 a.m.)
WHERE: The National Mall in Washington, D.C. Gather at the northeast corner of the Washington Monument.

Click here for our Virginia Forward on Climate FAQ!

President Obama’s Inaugural Address made it clear he plans to take action on climate in his second term. He can only get this done with our help, our encouragement and our pressure! With our kick off of 100 Days of Action on Climate, we are committed to giving President Obama the political cover he needs to take bold and decisive action on climate including denying a permit for the XL Canadian Tar Sands Pipeline.

Click here to RSVP TODAY!

PARTNERS:

Chesapeake Climate Action Network
Virginia NOW
Virginia Interfaith Power and Light.
NoVA Climate Action Network
Appalachian Voices
Caretakers for God’s Creation
Climate Action Alliance of the Valley
Virginia Organizing

Transportation Options Galore!!!

BUSES:

Bus from Richmond – SOLD OUT! Click here to join the waiting list. Or take the train! Go to Amtrak.com for trains heading to DC from Richmond.

Bus from Roanoke/ChristiansburgClick here to book your seat now! This bus meets up in Christiansburg, then makes a stop in Roanoke. It returns from DC that evening.

Bus from Charlottesville – SOLD OUT!

Bus from Virginia Beach with Williamsburg stop – SOLD OUT! Click here to join the waiting list.. Or take the train! Go to Amtrak.com for trains heading to DC from Norfolk and Newport News.

CAR POOLS:

You can also find or offer a carpool to D.C. by joining the Forward on Climate group at Ridebuzz.org.

TRAINS:

There’s also Amtrak trains that come into DC from the following cities: Norfolk, Newport News, Richmond, Fredericksburg, Quantico, and Alexandria. Go to Amtrak.com for more info.

There’s METRO too. Click here for more info. The closest METRO stops are either Smithsonian or Federal Triangle on the Orange/Blue line.

Check back at here as more transportation options come online.

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