Hands Across the Sand at Inlet Beach Access
Come out to Inlet Beach and join hands with your neighbors on Saturday, May 18 for the annual Hands Across the Sand event held on beaches and shores across the world. Please meet local organizer Vaughan Green at 11:30am on the beach walkover near the restrooms. The group will then head out to the beach to line up and get ready to join hands at 12:00pm. Stand together to show your support for clean energy. Join Hands to continue our march towards cleaner energy options, celebrate our beaches, and defend our shores from offshore drilling. Bring the kids!
This year more than ever we need to stand up for our pristine beaches and coastal lands and say NO to offshore drilling in Florida. Join hands around the globe from New Zealand to Hawaii! Hands Across the Sand is coming up Saturday May 18 all across the planet. To find local events happening in your area: https://handsacrossthesand.org/
Get involved and join Hands on May 18, 2019. Say NO to dirty fuels and YES to clean energy.
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Hands Across the Sand 2019
Hands Across The Sand is held annually in Florida and on beaches, waterways and land all around the world. The event is intended to bring awareness about the dangers inherent in securing and burning dirty fuels and to champion a new era of clean energy for a sustainable planet for our children and theirs.
“Our planet depends on our continued activism in order to ensure it will be here for future generations.” Dede Shelton, Executive Director of Hands Across the Sand.
Hands Across the Sand was founded in 2010 by restaurateur, Dave Rauschkolb of Seaside, Florida. The grew into an international movement after the BP oil disaster in April of that year. People around the world, came together to join hands, forming symbolic barriers against spilled oil and standing against the impacts of other forms of extreme energy.
The mission of Hands Across the Sand is to bring together individuals and organizations to promote a clean energy future across the world and end our dependence on dirty fuels. It is our goal to gather thousands of Americans and global citizens at beaches and cities to draw metaphorical and actual lines in the sand,,, human lines in the sand against fossil fuels that threaten our future.
Nine years later, we invite activists to call for our national and state leaders to reject offshore drilling in Florida — and instead accelerate the shift to clean, renewable energy.
Hands Across the Sand 2018:
Last year, 124 events were organized for our Global Hands Across the Sand events! 18 states, seven countries!! CA, CO, CT, WI, DE, FL, GA, HI, MA, MD, ME, NC, NH, NJ, NY, SC, VA, WA AND DC!! Seven country’s, Belize, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Germany, Egypt, and New Zealand!!
“It’s the most important thing we can do as human beings” – Dave Rauschkolb, founder.
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