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The NSN steering committee usually meets on Sunday afternoons, and meetings are open to anyone. If you are interested in attending, please get in touch.
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How much are the tickets? And where do I get one?
Hi was wondering the same thing as Christina and was also wanting to know is this event open to just regular people curious about this subject? I have no background in any of this but was interested to hear about people who have and how they did it. thanks
Yes, the conference is open to everyone. You can register here: http://www.oksustainability.org/2008confreg.php
From the Norman Transcript
Richard Anthes, scientist and president of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, will present a free, public lecture on climate change and weather patterns titled “Weather and Climate Change — Why a Few Degrees Matters” 7:30 p.m. Monday, at the National Weather Center, 120 David L. Boren Blvd., on the University of Oklahoma’s Research Campus.
We are a 10-year old national energy services company in downtown Norman and have never heard of your organization. I’m guessing you’ve never heard of us either. Could you please give us a call at 447-2977 as we would be interested in meeting our sustainability neighbors..
Are there regular meetings of NSN? Would it be helpful if we hosted one at our place in Norman in April?
A free public garden presentation is scheduled at Norman public library on ‘Germinating seeds made easy”. It will be:
Tuesday, February 9, 2010 from 10 a.m. to Noon
In conjunction with this event, there will be a SEED EXCHANGE for those wanting to trade seeds esp vegetable seeds and/or find others that are of interest.
Tables will be available for non profits to share their services.
Refreshments will be served.
Two OU professors, Catherine Hobbs, of English and Women’s and Gender Studies and Ola Fincke in Zoology, have started a Citizens Climate Lobby group. CCL is a national nonprofit that is training and organizing citizen lobbyists to help build the political will needed to pass meaningful climate and energy legislation in Washington.
The San Diego-based executive director, Mark Reynolds, will be in Norman for a training session Saturday morning November 13, from 8:45am to noon at 748 College Ave, Norman (the concrete block walled complex, one block north of Lindsey, on the NW corner of College and Parson; driveway is on Parsons; bike or walk if you can as there’s an OU game at 2pm). Please attend if you want to learn more about the organization and how they work to persuade citizens and members of Congress that we need to do something.
Or go online at http://www.citizensclimatelobby.org/ to participate in the million letter march.
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