The rally will be held across the street from the InterContinental Hotel, at the south end of Bayfront Park.
Saturday, October 22nd – 1:30 to 3:30 pm
100 Chopin Plaza, Miami Florida (Downtown Miami – 2 blocks South of Bayside)
Join this Rally for the Environment with Occupy Miami for a ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY to get YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL MESSAGE to 700 journalists! This opportunity will never happen again. JOIN our coalition of supporting organizations as we stand outside the Intercontinental Hotel in Miami, UNITED to rally on behalf of all critical environmental issues happening in South Florida. Over 700 Environmental Journalists from all around the world are flying into Miami for a conference this week (Society of Environmental Journalists)!! We strongly encourage all environmental groups to share this event and attend the “Rally for the Environment” Saturday at 1:30pm. But we strongly encourage you to make contact with them all week with your brochures and leaflets!!!
Reporters Agenda for best times and locations to find them
The Clean Energy Coalition of South Florida is personally delivering a list of phone numbers of local organizations trying to save our environment to the 700 journalists for interviews and future reference. We can’t afford to attend their conference but our local voices and critical environmental issues must be heard. If you would like to be included on that list or as an endorsing partner of this rally contact us asap: Call 954-793-3279 or email CECSFL@gmail.com to be added…….
On behalf of all the defenseless animals that die due to oil spills, our pollution of their water and destruction of their habitats come to the RALLY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT – SOUTH FLORIDA.
On behalf of the Everglades..On behalf of the Ocean.. the Air.. the Soil.. and your neighbors and your children.. Come Stand up for the Environment this Saturday – Say NO to FPL adding more Nuclear at Turkey Point and YES to Clean Energy.. Say NO to Big Oil.. Say NO to the Greedy Corporations that are destroying our environment. Will you join us?
Save Our Beaches, Save Our Oceans
PROTECT our Wildlife! –
(Save Our Panthers, Stop Letting Sea Turtles Be Killed and ‘Free LOLITA’)
Stop Destroying The Everglades!
Dredging at the Port of Miami
Corporate Greed is destroying our Environment!
FPL: No More Nuclear Energy!
Did you know FPL is expanding Turkey Point? FPL is adding two more nuclear reactors despite pleas from residents to stop. FPL is taking the Environmental Journalists on a “TOUR” of the Turkey Point Nuclear Plant to ‘Green Wash’ them. Let’s make sure we get the last word on the subject, not FPL.
◆ SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS – MORE INFORMATION ◆
Clean Energy Coalition of South Florida
Turtle Action Group (T.A.G.)
South Florida Wildlands Association
WEBSITE HAS MOVED 11/2012
CASE/Citizens Allied for Safe Energy, Inc.
Barry J. White
Millions Against Monsanto Florida Chapter & GMO Free Florida
Broward Sierra Club
CLEO Institute, The CLEO Project on Climate Change!
Everglades Earth First!
www.hope4lolita.com and www.savelolita.org
Green Party of Miami-Dade County
Steve Showen – Cathy Gilbert
Laura Sue, the Silver Nightingale
Laura Sue Wilansky
Miami Sierra Club
Chair: Debbie Matthews
Night Heron Grassroots Activist Center
Organic Green Solutions / Turf Management
Palm Beach County Environmental Coalition:
Progressive Democrats of America, Broward County
SACE – Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
Susan Glickman and Mandy Hancock
Scrap Scripps Campaign
Sierra Club of Florida – Loxahatchee Group
Surfrider Foundation Miami
Voice of the Earth
Save Our Shoreline
Brenda Lee Chalifour
Brenda Lee Chali4@aol.com
◆ CRITICAL ISSUES – MORE INFORMATION ◆
Concern Grows Over Plan to Drill for Oil Near Florida Keys
Thousands join hands in oil protest
City of Fort Lauderdale and Broward County Government Officials.
Activists Work To Save Baby Sea Turtles
Rescue: City-Owned Lights Endangering Sea Turtles
FPL customers to prepay for nuclear plants?
Turkey Point: Five Reasons Miami’s Nuclear Power Plant Is Apocalyptically Unsafe
Conservationists sue over off-road vehicle trails in Big Cypress
Why the rush on Port of Miami deep dredge?
Port of Miami Dredge Project Threatens Rare Coral Species