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"Climate Outloud"
Saturday, October 21st, 2017
Program Agenda

News as the Kid's Court Case Progresses

Let's Talk About It!

Climate Disobedience in the time of Trump

Breaking News!

May 23rd 2017 - Defendents try to pull out of Litigation

April 29th, 2017 - Kids March to the White House

February 9th, 2017 Kids name Trump in the Constitutional Case on Climate

December 9th 2016 - Superior Court Judge Hollis Hill in Washington Gives Okay to Move Forward!

November 10, 2016 - Kid's in Oregon Given Okay to Move Forward with their Case

Julia Olsen plaintiff’s counsel quote, “President Trump must accept that the courts do not do his bidding, and in a court of law, ‘alternative facts’ are considered perjury.”

SEATTLE, Wash. Eight children have sued the Washington state government. They are arguing that it is not protecting them from global warming. A judge in Seattle ruled that they should "have their day in court." 

Climate Outloud is a facilitated panel discussion on climate and what the youths and local organizations
are doing to secure a livable future.

It’s part of the KCLS “Everybody’s Talking about It” Series.
When everybody’s talking about it we can make a difference.

Climate Outloud Face Book Page

Volunteer Waiver for Student Volunteers
Volunteer Flier

Saturday, October 21st, 2017
Renton Library: 100 Mill Ave. So. Renton, WA 98056

10:00 AM Library Conference Room Opens for Set up
Non-Profit Organizations set up Tables with Info Materials
Volunteers Set-Up Chairs

11:00 AM Welcome, Acknowledgements, Introductions, & Overview of the Event

11:30 AM Climate Change - Power Point by Plant 4 the Planet and Plaintiffs

12:30 PM Jamie Margolin and Open Mic with Kids

1:00 PM Lunch Break; Visit Non-profit Tables

2:00 PM Introduction of the Panelists
Panel Discussion with Attorneys and Plaintiffs Questions and Answers

3:30 PM Closing Comments How to get involved in Climate Activism

3:45 PM Event Survey Thank you to Participants!

4:00 PM Volunteers stack Chairs and Tables

5:00 PM Library Closes

What we need now is a multi-faceted approach. Everyone needs to be involved. The youths get it!
Hear what they are doing, taking the lead in saving the planet for their future.

Parking is free and available in the main lot, the underground parking garage, or on the street.

"[This is] the most important lawsuit on the planet right now."   - Bill McKibben & Naomi Klein
Details of the lawsuit at on this website: http://www.ourchildrenstrust.org/

Links to Articles about the lawsuit since November 2015 in chronological order.

Hosted by the Nature Stewards Program. Sponsored by Humanities WA and the King County Library Foundation.

We envision a world living in harmony with nature.
It's important. It's possible. It's essential.