Ireland Drives Out Fossil Fuels: Time for NYC to Divest!

Sunday, March 5th @1pm

St Pat’s Parade For All in Queens

Meeting Point: Caffébene coffeeshop 41-31 Queens Blvd, Sunnyside, NY 11104

Please join us this Sunday at the St. Pat’s Parade in Queens!

350NYC is delighted to join the St Pat’s for All Parade to celebrate and give thanks to the government of Ireland for their recent vote to divest their sovreign holdings from fossil fuels: oil, coal and gas. This historic decision is a testament to the commitment of the people of Ireland to a just and sustainable planet. We also take this opportunity to honor the life and legacy of Ireland’s first female President, Mary Robinson whose global leadership promotes human rights, gender equality, women’s leadership and climate justice

350NYC is calling upon New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer to divest city pension funds from oil, coal and gas. New York City should immediately freeze any new investments in fossil fuels and divest from direct ownership in any commingled funds that include fossil fuel public equities and corporate bonds within 5 years

We will take this message on the road at the St. Pat’s for All Parade in Queens this year and we invite you to join the party. This is a great family event and an opportunity to have fun and share an important message.

St. Pat’s for All: Sunday, March 5th 2017
1:00 pm 350NYC parade contingent meetup time: proceed to parade start point at 1:15
1:00pm Assembly & Remarks.
2:00pm Parade Step-off
43rd Street and Skillman Ave to 58th Street and Woodside Ave

The nearest subway station to the start of the parade is the 40 St – Lowery St on the 7 line.

The 350NYC contingent for the parade will meet on the north west corner of Queens Blvd and 42nd St in front of the Caffé bene coffeeshop. Google maps estimates the trip from Columbus Circle to the coffeeshop at about 30 minutes. It’s an 8-10 minute walk from there to the parade beginning.

Please join us and invite your family and friends on Facebook.
You can read more about Ireland’s divestment decision at the link below.


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