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VFP Executive Director Garett Reppenhagen will be in D.C. this week participating in Fire Drill Friday: Water Can’t Wait! This week This week, Fire Drill Friday is all about WATER. :
There will be many impacts of climate change, but among the most important are impacts on water resources. A colloquial way to say this is: If climate change is a shark, water resources are the teeth that will bite us. The key impacts will be changes in rain and snow, rising temperatures and hence rising demand for water, especially to grow food, worsening water quality, and worse extreme events including floods and droughts that overload systems built for more stable weather patterns--all of which could contribute to increased militarization as the climate becomes more unstable and access to resources are limited. On Friday, Garett will speak briefly at the rally.
Members In Action
Honolulu Supports Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty
On November 6, 2019, the City and County of Honolulu joined hundreds of other cities to ratify the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and take other measures to stop the possibility of nuclear war! Read more