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Climate Impacts Day for 350.org's "Connect the Dots" Saturday at Sands at Salter Soon

Creating a human rising sea level graph for a photo shoot to be put on 350.org's global event on their website

- 1:30pm
Saturday May 5 2012

Venue: "Sands at Salter" at the foot of Salter Street at Upper Water Street
Cost: Free
Accessibility: Yes

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Dear Media, Skaters, Students, Families, Cyclists, Bladers, Walkers, Sustainability Majors, Politicians, Market Goers, Occupiers, Church Congregations, Media, Professors and everyone who would like to be part of a global "Climate Impacts Day" event.
Come down to the harbourfront at Slater Street and help us create a visual statement for the 350.org's Climate Impacts Day "Connect the Dots"  
Dress up in your funniest or most tragic (whatever your mood) white clothes and bring a blue bag (both not absolutely necessary) and  we'll create a "human rising sea level graph" and photograph us for the world wide website at 350.org "Connect the Dots" taking place all over the world on May 5th.
See you there with bells on!

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That should read Salter Street, not Slater Street

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