Green Neighbors has some folks on board who are very dedicated to helping save the world. Not only do many brave the icy Potomac each year to raise money for climate change through the Polar Bear Plunge (coming up this January – but see here), but a number of us march in protest – speaking out loud about issues that matter. Especially about fossil fuels. Here are some photos from three protests that Green Neighbors members attended that have to do with (1) the Keystone Pipeline, (march in late 2015), (2) a Keep it (oil) in the Ground protest in May, and now (3) the critical Native American rights issue regarding the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), which threatens sacred land and water safety. The first DAPL march that members attended was in August, but several just went to recent one, so more photos are coming.
To find out how you can get timely notices of marches, rallies and other political actions, check out our page on Political Action for the Climate!