Capitol Climate Action sent a resounding call for clean energy

by Mike Gaworecki

March 2, 2009

Over 2,500 clean energy activists came out today for the Capitol Climate Action and participated in the largest act of civil disobedience on global warming in American history. The crowd heard from James Hansen, Vandana Shiva, Wendell Berry, Gus Speth, Robert Kennedy, Jr., and many more committed environmental leaders. All five entrances to the Capitol Power Plant were shut down for over 4 hours. You can read all about it here, as well as view the unedited footage from our live streaming video coverage.

If you couldn’t make it to DC today, you can still make sure Congress hears from you: Call your Rep. now! And you can check out some pics:

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