Moving Planet Virginia: Join Us Sept. 24 in Moving Virginia Beyond Fossil Fuels


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    On Sept. 24th, the Sierra Club will join, thousands of activists and millions of people around the globe in “Moving Planet” events. Moving Planet is a worldwide rally to demand solutions to the climate crisis – a single day to move away from fossil fuels.

    Come on a bike, on skates, on a board, or just on foot.  Come with your friends, your family, your neighbors and your co-workers.  Come be part of something huge.  It’s time to get moving on the climate crisis.

    Join us at one of four Virginia events. In Alexandria, we’ll celebrate our win over coal and the retirement of the GenOn plant. In Richmond, we’ll rally to tell Dominion Virginia Power to get wind power going.  In Virginia Beach, we’ll rally for wind turbines not oil rigs off our Virginia coast.  And in Fairfax/Vienna, we’ll rally for transportation choices that move us beyond oil.  


    Let’s stand together to move beyond our Dirty Coal Past and invest in a Clean Energy Future!

    10am – 2pm, rally start at Metro Stage Theater, 1201 North Royal Street, rolling ride to nearby park

    Click here to RSVP.


    Come on, Dominion Virginia Power. Let’s get this offshore wind blowing!

    10am – 4pm, start at Dominion Virginia Power HQ, 701 E. Cary Street, rolling ride to the State Capital grounds

    Click here to RSVP.

    Virginia Beach

    From dirty coal burning to clean wind power, Virginians need clean air, clean water and wind’s 10,000 jobs!

    11am – 1pm, rally start on the Oceanfront at 40th Street, rolling ride to Fishing Pier at 17th Street

    Click here to RSVP.


    From the Purple Line to bike lanes, Virginians need transportation choices to move us beyond oil!

    11am – 1pm, rally start at Dunn Loring Park, rolling ride to Dunn Loring METRO

    Click here to RSVP.


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