Sunday, June 11, 2017

The Future of Electric Vehicles - June 27

The Future of EVs (Electric Vehicles) 
Joint Meeting of the New Orleans Sierra Club and

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
6:00 to 7:30 pm, at Rosa F. Keller Library & Community Center, 4300 S Broad Ave, New Orleans, LA 70125 (has parking lot).

Guest speaker: Guy Hall, Presenting: The Future of Electric Vehicles

Guy Hall, is a Global Technologist with 29 years of R&D and Leadership for Hewlett Packard in countries such as Germany, Canada, Slovenia, Russia, India, China, Costa Rica, Singapore, Hungary, England, and France. He became interested in Electric Vehicles (EVs) in 2010 as a solution to our environmental,  economic and security challenges.  His drive expanded the Sacramento Electric Auto Association membership 20 fold, and as its President, established SacEV as a 600 member regional organization with a talented board for EV knowledge, events and activities.  He is the Board Secretary of the national Electric Auto Association and a Director on the Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition. Recently, Hall became the first driver to have navigated an EV from the lower 48 through Canada to Fairbanks in his Tesla Tijuana To Tundra Tour (T5), while promoting electric transportation with utilities, government agencies and news media in route. The Hall family currently owns two Nissan LEAFs, a Chevy Volt, and Tesla Model X.

Social time 6-6:30 PM, Presentation 6:30-7:30 PM.
For more information contact:
Jeff Cantin,
Dave Stets, Sierra Club

Take Action, check out the Sierra Club's EV Guide

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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Resisting the Trump Environmental Agenda - June 11

Orleans Sierra Club presents: "Making America Gross Again: Resisting the Trump Environmental Agenda"

Aaron Viles from will discuss tactics and strategies for blocking Trump's efforts to roll back our environmental and public health safeguards.

New location for this months’ meeting:
2903 Jefferson Avenue (corner of Jefferson & Claiborne) New Orleans, LA
All parking is on-street.  RTA Bus routes 15, 16, and 28 are nearest the church.
ADA compliant parking spots located on Soniat Street side parking of the church.
Bicycle parking available on a small rack on site.

Free and open to all
6:30 pm refreshments    7 to 8 pm program
Call 504-307-0187 with questions.

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Legislative Updates from the Delta Chapter

Delta Chapter Sierra Club Chair Woody Martin and our Legislative Action Team are in Baton Rouge throughout the regular State Legislative session contacting legislators and speaking on bills in committee. Their freshest update on June 4th is now available for your review. Regularly they send requests for Sierrans to contact their legislators on bills of concern to conserving our environment, the public health, and matters of our rights under law more broadly. To follow their updates, sign up for email alerts, and to get involved, visit the Delta Chapter of the Sierra Club's political and legislative page for more: