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sign up now to attend the Oil Train Summit in Pittsburg, PA on Nov. 13-15.

sign up now to attend the Oil Train Summit in Pittsburg, PA on Nov. 13-15.

Registration is now open for Oil Train Response 2015, Nov. 13-15 in Pittsburgh, PA – a summit that will bring together grassroots & indigenous leaders, NGOs, elected officials, and oil train experts from across North America to share effective strategies in the effort to protect public health, safety, and the climate from the threat of oil trains.


Yolano Climate Action has some funds available to assist with your travel.  Please contact Lynne at lnittler@sbcglobal.net.

Here is how to register:

If you ARE applying for Financial Assistance with registration fees, travel or other costs, here are the link and instructions:

Please fill out the Financial Assistance Application by October 14. We are providing limited, needs-based financial assistance with registration, travel, and related expenses. We plan to contact applicants about the assistance we can offer by October 21. The Financial Assistance Application is the ONLY form you need to fill out until we contact you about the assistance we can offer. Thank you for telling us what will help you attend and for understanding that our funds are limited and we may not be able to meet all requests.

If you ARE NOT applying for Financial Assistance with registration fees, travel or other costs, here are the link and instructions:
Please fill out the Registration Form.  Registration fees are at half-price through October 16. Once you fill out the Registration Form you’ll get a confirmation email. This email includes a link to a survey with some questions that will help us plan the event. If you already filled out the Save the Date form, you will NOT have to answer the same questions again, but there will be some additional questions to answer.
If you have any questions about registration or the event, please contact Anne at anne@forestethics.org.
We hope to see you in November!
Thank you,
Ethan

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