Hope your Fall is going well so far. There are lots of great people power events taking place this month and ways for you to take action!!
Monday, November 13, 12 pm, All We Want for Christmas/Kwaanza/Hanukka is NO ACP and clean energy rally and press conference!! Taking place at 116 W. Jones Street, in front of the Administrative Building in Raleigh. We’ll thank Governor Cooper and NC DEQ staff for their critical review of several key permits for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, and ask them to do the right  thing—DENY THE ACP PERMITS!! More info here and please help spread the word!  https://www.facebook.com/events/126264861398542/ This is a kick off to the postcard campaign, directed to Governor Cooper and NC DEQ telling them NO ACP! Please check out this link on the Appalachian Voices website, where you can download postcards to mail in, or send in digitally!!
350 Triangle is hosting a couple house parties for 350.org’s new Fossil Free campaign they are kicking off Nov. 11-19!
Immediately halt new fossil fuel projects! 
Commit to 100% renewable energy for all!
Make the transformation just and equitable!
Amanda’s house in Pittsboro this Sunday, Nov. 12, 3-5 pm https://actionnetwork.org/events/pittsboro-fossil-free-house-party?source=direct_link&
Joe and Karen’s house in Raleigh next Sunday, Nov. 19, 3-5 pm https://actionnetwork.org/events/raleigh-fossil-free-house-party?source=direct_link&
Sign up to get more details about the campaign and ways we can work together in the Triangle and across the state!
November 11,1:30-3:30 pm, Orange County Clean Path 2025 Meeting, Whitted Human Services Center, 300 West Tryon Street, Hillsborough, NC
Learn about NC WARN’s new North Carolina Clean Path 2025 report by engineer Bill Powers that shows how our state can replace virtually all fossil fuels used for electricity by 2030, and get halfway there by 2025. Come learn more about the Orange County Action Team that is forming to push for this transition in Orange County. RSVP and more info! (There are also teams in Chatham and Durham Counties and a future one soon in Wake County!)
Rev. Dr. Rodney Sadler will be back in town on Sunday, November 12, speaking at Community United Church of Christ (814 Dixie Trail) at the 9:30 adult forum class discussion and the climate change-based worship service at 10:30 am. Rodney advocates for a “Cleaner, Greener, Better World.” Part of the Justice in a Changing Climate Celebration and discussion. 
Join Dogwood Alliance for some food and drinks with Cheers for Trees 2.0, November 14th, 7pm in Durham at Bull City Brewery, 107 E Parrish Street.
They will have updates on their Richmond County campaign, information on upcoming events and opportunities, and an action that you can take that night.
More info here and to RSVP

November 15, 6:00 pm, Northampton Compressor Station Air Quality Permit Public Hearing, on the draft permit for Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC’s proposed air compressor station in Northampton County at the Virginia border. Garysburg Town Hall, 504 Old Highway Road. For those who cannot attend the hearing, public comments may be submitted by email to [email protected]. Please be sure to include “ACP/DAQ” in the email’s subject line. Comments may also be submitted by USPS mail to: Division of Air Quality, Attn: Charles McEachern, 3800 Barrett Drive, Raleigh, N.C., 27609. Comment period closes November 20th. For more info and talking points, check here please! 
NC Climate Justice Summit taking place at Haw River SP November 17-19At this year’s Summit, we will explore how to build greater unity across these frontline struggles: the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, coal ash, CAFO hog waste, deforestation, and gentrification. By using the four Rs of social transformation, we will identify common ground to Reform and Resist systemic injustice, Re-imagine how to collectively win on our shared issues, and develop skills to Re-create new models for local economies and ecological restoration. More info and registration here for this inspiring weekend!   
November 30th, Water Warriors Screening at United Church of Chapel Hill, 7-9 pm, 1321 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Hosted by 350 Triangle, Clean Water for NC, United Earth Ministries at United Church of Chapel Hill, and Working Films. Nothing in this world can live without water. Join us for a free screening and discussion of Water Warriors to learn how one group stopped the gas industry in its tracks as well as what you can do on a local scale!
Check out this map of the fossil fuel resistance that is growing across the country! Our 350 Triangle group is included! https://fossilfuelresistance.org
Speaking of resistance, check out this GREAT interview by Bill Moyers with Bill McKibben!! Bill’s latest book, Radio Free Vermont, was released this week. Naomi Klein’s quote on the back of the book: “Only Bill McKibben could set out to write his first novel and produce an addictive caper loaded with craft beer, contract spies, and chase scenes on cross-country skies! This is James Bond meets ‘Prairie Home Companion’, and no one but McKibben could pull it off. He does it with such heart, grace, wisdom, and fun that I just couldn’t put it down. A story as outrageous as our times.” 
Thanks to anyone who can help spread the word about these events!!!