Add your voice to the grassroots movement to protect our coastlines from offshore drilling! Participate in Hands Across the Sand on June 25, 2011!
Go to to find an event near you or to create your own event.
Hands Across the Sand is an international grassroots event that brings people together to oppose new offshore oil drilling and promote a clean energy future. Last year more than 100,000 participants made Hands Across the Sand the biggest anti-offshore drilling demonstration in world history. This year’s event promises to be even bigger.
The premise of the event is very simple: on June 25 at 12pm local time people will join hands for 15 minutes on beaches and in communities around the world to champion clean energy solutions to our filthy fuels problem. All events are organized locally and the event website provides most of the resources that you will need.
So visit the Hands Across the Sand website today and sign up to organize an event at your local beach or in your community (landlocked residents are encouraged to participate too)! Many locations go quickly, so don’t delay!
With the U.S. House of Representatives passing new legislation to expand oil and gas development off our coasts, now is the time to join the grassroots movement to protect our coastlines from risky drilling practices!
See you on June 25!