All are invited to attend “Climate Outloud” on Saturday, July 29Â at the Burien Library.
Nature Stewards Program, in partnership with Burien King County Library and Humanities WA, Â will present an all-day event featuring the “Most Talked about Court Case of the Century” – Kids Sue the Federal Government for not Protecting their Right to a Livable Future. Â This case will be discussed in “Climate Outloud.”
Andrea Rodgers, the attorney from Our Children’s Trust representing the kids, will be present to explain the case and answer questions. Â Hear testimony from the young plaintiffs living in West Seattle.
The all-day event begins at 11 a.m.Â with supporting non-profit organizations introduced at 11, the plaintiffs sharing at Noon, and the attorneys answering questions at 2 p.m.
The main conference room on the first floor of the library is open to the public from 11 a.m.Â to closing at 5 p.m.
The room holds 278 people.
Free parking in the garage.
Contact [email protected]Â cell phone 206.795.5783; office 425.228.7927
For more information, including an Event Schedule, Toolkit, etc.:Â http://naturestewardswa.org/climate-outloud/]]>