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On November 2nd, 2006, the black cloud will settle over Toronto. We are helping WWF-Canada bring the message home: ignoring global warming won't make it go away. Join us in Metro Hall Square for an installation of massive proportions... before it's too late.

full details below | saveourclimate.ca | photos on wwf.ca

Instead of the usual, expect the message delivered in style - with a free, all-day downtown event.

There are still plenty of chances to volunteer, even if you missed the meeting! Simply e-mail us and we'll fill you in on the details.

Fight Global Warming
Thursday, November 2nd 2006
Metro Hall Square, King + John
All Day Long

for more info, e-mail
love (at) newmindspace.com

 

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Pam Davis from Toronto

Posted: 12:57 pm [GMT] on November 17 2006

Me! Kevin and Lori have my email address.

Panda Guy from Parkdale

Posted: 03:11 pm [GMT] on November 13 2006

Hey! I'll TOTALLY volunteer to be the panda guy again?
How do I contact who I have to?

Pam Davis from Toronto

Posted: 02:29 am [GMT] on November 12 2006

Hey there, Panda Guy! You were awesome! Not everyone is cut out to be the perfect panda, but you sure are. Maybe you'd like to volunteer to wear the panda suit at the CN Tower Climb at the end of April. You'll be mobbed!

Panda Guy from Parkdale

Posted: 03:12 pm [GMT] on November 08 2006

Man, I had a really good time. Small dream come true wearing the panda suit. Thanks WWF and Newmindspace!

Pam Davis from Toronto

Posted: 04:57 pm [GMT] on November 03 2006

Thanks to all you from everyone at WWF-Canada. It was an awesome event! Another step forward in the fight to kill global warming. You guys R-O-C-K!

Julie from Toronto

Posted: 02:22 pm [GMT] on November 03 2006

No Balloons were 'released' and no 'energy' will be needed to re-cycle. At the end of long but very rewarding day, a dedicated group of volunteers collected all the 4000 bio-degradable balloons (which had been weighted and placed around Metro Hall), popped and bagged them all for composting. The 4000 balloons didn't quite fill one bag when popped and will take about as long as 1 oak leaf (20 days) to decompose in a local back yard composter. The sand weights which were holding the balloons are re-used many times. Impact and Damage to environment has been minimal to none.

Enviro girl from Toronto

Posted: 04:16 am [GMT] on November 03 2006

Doesn't anyone else see a fundamental flaw in the logic of releasing thousands of balloons and contributing to pollution. Even if by some small chance they are able to gather the residue and the get recycled, that require energy as well. In fact this whole thing contributes to over consumption, the making of the baloons in the first place and extra energy consumption to clean them up. A massive crowd of people wearing black would be just as effective with less of an ecological impact.

Chris from Weston

Posted: 04:47 am [GMT] on November 02 2006

recycling isn't a 100% returns thing, energy wise and thus resource wise, but sometimes you gotta spend money to make money, you know? you just try to pick the best and most efficient path

kevin from toronto

Posted: 10:50 pm [GMT] on November 01 2006

how do you mean? latex is made from the sap of a tree. after the event, all of it will be composted. everything that can be re-used will, and everything that can be recycled will. the event is powered by renewable energy, the flyers are printed with vegetable-based ink on recycled paper. this is a green event!

Anonymous from Location unknown

Posted: 09:56 pm [GMT] on November 01 2006

isn't this installation causing a lot of waste? and changing the climate in its own way

angie from toronto

Posted: 08:07 pm [GMT] on November 01 2006

how late will this go until?

Dani from BRC North (T.O :)

Posted: 06:38 pm [GMT] on November 01 2006

I just sent an email to the love@ address - I can help tomorrow - check the email and let me know what up :)

lori* from home

Posted: 08:47 pm [GMT] on October 31 2006

we still really really want volunteers for this event even if you couldn't make it out to yesterday's meeting :)

we're meeting at metro hall at 5am which is when we especially need help, but there will be lots going on all day as well!

rachel from toronto

Posted: 07:29 pm [GMT] on October 31 2006

yaaaaaaaaaaaay!!! we're on!!

lilone from mississauga

Posted: 07:13 am [GMT] on October 31 2006

hey! i just got the email about this and i really wanna get involved...but i just realized i missed the volunteer meeting already... can i still volunteer??!

Meg from MILTOOON

Posted: 03:49 am [GMT] on October 31 2006

I think this is such a fantastic idea... global warming is a huge issue in our world but everyone blows it off! I'm really really sad that the volunteer e-mail went to my junkmail folder and so I didn't receive it until today because i would have LOVED to be involved with this.. so even though I can't help out, good on you for doing something so good! I think this is fantastic!!

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Posted: 02:24 pm [GMT] on October 27 2006

i got the volunteer email, thanks! i work on thursday til 4:30. are there any opportunities for people who can't get there for 5am?

charlotte e from toronto

Posted: 08:06 pm [GMT] on October 26 2006

I can't make the meeting but I can help out with the event in the early morn and part of Nov 2...

elliot from toronto

Posted: 02:54 am [GMT] on October 26 2006

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Kerosene from Earth

Posted: 12:25 am [GMT] on October 26 2006

Okay, the weekday was changed; disregard my earlier comment.

Kerosene from Earth

Posted: 07:50 pm [GMT] on October 25 2006

November 2nd is next Thursday though, not a Monday, as it says.

kevin from toronto

Posted: 04:17 pm [GMT] on October 25 2006

the meeting is monday, the event is the following week :)

rosemary from to

Posted: 06:19 am [GMT] on October 25 2006

hey guys, which date is it? is the meeting on monday or the event on monday? looks like your chronology's confused :)

Brian C. from Danforth- Toronto

Posted: 03:53 am [GMT] on October 24 2006

I booked both days off today! Super stoked. Lets do this!

Mark from Toronto

Posted: 04:52 pm [GMT] on October 22 2006

I am there after 6:00 pm!

Lydia from Wilson or Lakeshore

Posted: 04:48 pm [GMT] on October 22 2006

Im no where near downtown but I might be able to make the trip. Thing is I work till 10,depends how late this thing is going

Sasha from Toronto - downtown

Posted: 09:02 am [GMT] on October 22 2006

I can help out for most of the day.

jon-j-ver from toronto

Posted: 02:26 am [GMT] on October 22 2006

I could help, depending what time.

Neil S. from Greek Town

Posted: 04:58 pm [GMT] on October 21 2006

I can hardly wait to try and help out in the big smoke!

lori* from toronto

Posted: 06:04 am [GMT] on October 21 2006

yes no yes no yes no yes no...
such annoyingness.
but global warming is so bad!

mintjellie from the 'burbs

Posted: 12:26 am [GMT] on October 21 2006

available after 6pm

shannon from from toronto

Posted: 08:18 pm [GMT] on October 20 2006

it's unfortunate that i'm working.

Andrew K from Etobicoke

Posted: 02:21 pm [GMT] on October 20 2006

Lets do it 8)

kevin from toronto

Posted: 03:03 am [GMT] on October 20 2006

just letting you know - we are going to need you at 5 AM

MARY-ANN from Downtown Toronto

Posted: 02:23 am [GMT] on October 20 2006

Hello, I am available to volunteer late afternoons, evenings and weekend if necessary.

nicki from taranna

Posted: 01:22 am [GMT] on October 20 2006

this sounds pretty kickass. i'm there.

Jennifer from Mississauga

Posted: 08:49 pm [GMT] on October 19 2006

I'll definitely help; I'm available anytime after 3:00 pm

=]

Jack from Parkdale

Posted: 07:46 pm [GMT] on October 19 2006

I'll definitely be able to help some time, but I'm unsure what time's those will be. I'm in though.

Valia from mid-town

Posted: 02:37 am [GMT] on October 19 2006

i can help early...and later...during the regular school day...not possible...tear down for sure

Miriam from Brampton

Posted: 11:58 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

What organization, where, for how long, and can I bring some kids?

lily from mississauga

Posted: 08:40 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

available most days - after 4. i can get to T.O. easily. so excited!

Ashleigh from King+Bathurst

Posted: 05:50 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

I'm available Tues-Fri after 6:00, and all day on weekends for whatever is needed. This is going to be awesome!

Aaron K from Downtown TO

Posted: 05:23 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

...tear down, then. Late morning and early afternoon are probably not an option.

Aaron K from Downtown TO

Posted: 05:22 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

Hoping to help out in the wee hours and

veronica agudelo from toronto downtown

Posted: 05:15 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

im very interesting in help you in anything you need

john szabo from Hamilton

Posted: 03:54 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

Sorry- forgot to add my e-mail address on the first bang- BANG AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

john szabo from Hamilton

Posted: 03:53 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

Please add me to your list- love to help!!!!!!- I'LL bring my orange "lets getter done hat"

Rosemary from Toronto

Posted: 03:10 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

Hey guys, what's the organization you'll be working with?

JohnnyBender from Location unknown

Posted: 03:09 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

I can help from 5:15pm until it's done.

charlotte from toronto

Posted: 01:35 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

Set-up & tear-down ok -> I can do wee hours in morning and tear-down in evening - cannotbe there 9 - 5ish

michelle from Toronto

Posted: 01:26 pm [GMT] on October 18 2006

I'll be avaliable from 2pm on

Johnny D from doontoon

Posted: 11:28 am [GMT] on October 18 2006

Are you going to need people to stay the entire day? I can do the wee small hours, but I've got to get to work for 9am.

john from Scarborough

Posted: 07:24 am [GMT] on October 18 2006

i would like to view more information on this event

lori* from home

Posted: 06:37 am [GMT] on October 18 2006

we're going to need people helping us aaaaall day, but especially in the wee hours of the morning and just after the work/school day (for set-up and tear-down) <3 <3

Chris from weston

Posted: 05:59 am [GMT] on October 18 2006

I definitely wanna help

Elliot from toronto

Posted: 02:14 am [GMT] on October 18 2006

yes. awesome.

Holly O from Toronto

Posted: 02:10 am [GMT] on October 18 2006

Is it going to be after school by any chance?

kevin from toronto

Posted: 01:23 am [GMT] on October 18 2006

this is definitely going to be awesome


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