Parvati Magazine highlights Hands events for May 19th

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

 Check out the article published in the Parvati Magazine last spring and their support of our May 19th event below. Thank you Parvati!!! Our friends at Hands Across The Sand, featured in Parvati Magazine last spring, are holding a global event on May 19. Find out the details at handsacrossthesand.com. #signMAPS #handsacrossthesand #beach

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Hands Organizers Needed !!

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

Please consider organizing a Hands Across the Sand event for May 19th. It is easy, a short event and creates a powerful image to send to your elected officials. Visit our home page and resource page to see how easy it is. www.handsacrossthesand.org

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March For the Ocean

Friday, March 30th, 2018

Dear M4O Organizers We are at an existential crisis right now – Environmentally and Politically. Forget reports saying plastic in the ocean will triple in fifty years. Plastic is killing wildlife and poisoning people today. Offshore drilling is also a product liability issue – this product, even used as directed, overheats our ​​planet, acidifies the […]

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No to dirty fuels, yes to clean energy

A message from the founder, Dave Rauschkolb

How to
Join Hands
on May 19, 2018

STEP 1
Go to an event location near you at 11 AM, in your time zone, for one hour, rain or shine.
STEP 2
Join hands for 15 minutes at 12:00 PM, in your time zone, forming lines in the sand, or on the land, against dirty fuels. Say yes to clean energy and renewables.
STEP 3
Leave only your footprints. In addition, consider getting involved in a local organization that supports clean energy.

Event Day Tips

  1. Use only approved locations. This includes beach access and parking, plus parks and recreational areas.
  2. Create a long line, or as many lines as you wish.
  3. Be courteous and respectful to those who disagree with your view.
  4. Please steer clear of bird nesting areas (refer to Audubon’s recommendations).

    If at beach, stay away from sea turtle nesting areas (visit Sea Turtle Oversight Protection for more information).

    In addition, respect any flora and fauna (plants and animals) for your particular region.
  5. Leave nothing but footprints...and enjoy yourself!