From Assemblymember Phil Ting
 

Celebrating Earth Day

With Earth Day approaching, it's time to once again reflect on what we can do to save the Earth. Perhaps we can switch to a refillable water bottle instead of buying water in single-use plastic beverage containers, which are made with petroleum and often end up as litter. We can also take public transit, walk or bike to places to cut back on greenhouse gas emissions.

If you're looking to do something in the community, I invite you to join my team on Saturday, April 23, to volunteer with the Golden Gate Audubon Society. From 10 a.m. to noon, we will work to restore the habitat at Golden Gate Park's North Lake, removing invasive plants and maintaining the gardens for migrating birds.

Earth Day

We are meeting at Chain of Lakes and JFK Drive. Be sure to dress warmly and wear closed-toe shoes. Gloves and equipment will be provided. Just RSVP and sign a volunteer waiver on my website.

We must not let up on our efforts to combat climate change. When our voice and our actions are aligned, we are inclusive, impactful, and impossible to ignore.

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PHIL TING
Assemblymember, 19th District


 
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