By Marian Shapiro
Students from UCSB Environmental Affairs Board and Sunrise Movement Santa Barbara co-sponsored a Halloween-themed climate rally and march on Friday (October 22) along with the Society of Fearless Grandmothers-SB, Santa Barbara Community Action Network (SBCAN), 350 SB and Women’s March SB.
Global warming threatens the future of young people all over the world. UCSB students say, “Halloween should be scary, not our future,” so they are rising up to send the message to elected officials and adults in power: take action NOW to meet the climate emergency. They have a particular message for Governor Newsom: STOP approving new fossil fuel projects. And for California electeds: STOP taking fossil fuel donations! and No Climate-No Deal!
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