Project Information

Environment Stewardship, Marine Sciences*
Ecology, Biology, Environmental Science, Agriculture, Chemistry, History, English, Language Arts, Literature, Chamorro
Outside of School
11/23/2015
Project Ended
Marybelle Quinata
Basic Information
Description
  • Guam Nature Alliance
    11/28/2015
    Linda Tatreu
    11/28/2015
    2
    11/28/2015
    1
    12+
    9, 10, 11, 12
    Not Suitable for Persons with Disabilities
    No Costs

  • Description

    Students, teachers, and families can join Guam's Global Climate March on Saturday, November 28, 2015.� Cities and countries all over the world are organizing their own Global Climate March to bring attention to climate justice.� As one of many Pacific Islands, Guam and other islands across Micronesia will be greatly (and already are) affected by impacts from climate change, such as sea level rise, coral bleaching, and ocean acidification.� March to empower our communities "to fight for bigger, broader, and bolder climate action in 2016 and beyond" (About globalclimatemarch.org).�

    Career Pathway/Field

    Mobilizing our local community around a global issue.� Climate Justice, Social justice, Environmental Justice, Science, Biology, Social Welfare, Advocacy the list goes on.�

    Objective

    • Spread public awareness about climate change among our community
    • Broad public support to create climate change policies aimed at resilience to climate change
    • Empower our local communities to get involved in protecting our environment

    Instructions

    • Visit globalclimatemarch.org/en and search Guam in Your City
    • RSVP for Guam Global Climate March, Hagatna

    On November 28:

    • Showtime is at 8am at Paseo; March to East Agana begins at 9am
    • Must present GNA Waiver form (see warmings/notices for link to form)
    • Event duration: 9-11am (2 hours)

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    Warnings/Notices

    Must present GNA Waiver and Liability Release form to participate on day of event.� Form must be signed by Parent/ Guardian if participant is under 18.� Form can cover up to 4 family members with the same guardian. �

    Participants should wear appropriate shoes for walking, bring their own water bottle, and wear proper sun protection (sun block, hat, sunglasses) for safety.�

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    Issue Area

    Climate Justice, Climate Change, Environmental Justice & Advocacy, Climate Change Resilience

    Agency Description

    Point of Contact Informations

    Joni Kerr, Guam Community College Ecowarriors Club:

    call 735-5600 or

    emailecowarriorsguam@gmail.com

     

     

     

    Comments about the Project Location

    Meeting point is Paseo in Hagatna.� March will begin at Paseo and end at Alupang Beach Tower in East Agana.�

    Map of Area for Global Climate March