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Hundreds to form giant “human sun”

in support of 100% clean energy for The Upper Valley

National ‘aerial art’ tour comes to Hanover at The Dartmouth Green

Unfortunately, due to the weather this morning, this event has been moved to our rain date:
Wednesday August 17th at 5pm.

Hanover, NH — Hundreds of members of the Upper Valley plan to gather at the Dartmouth Green on Wednesday August 10th at 5pm to form a huge “human sun,” spelling out a bold message with their bodies to show support for 100% clean energy.

16 cities around the country have made commitments to get to 100% clean energy — ranging from major urban areas like San Diego to smaller cities like Grand Rapids, MI.  A rapidly-growing movement in the Upper Valley is calling on our community to commit to 100% clean energy and make our region a national leader in clean energy innovation.

The event will feature renewable energy supporters joining hands in the shape of an original art logo designed by internationally renowned aerial artist John Quigley. With overhead photography to capture the image, hundreds of people will pose with their bodies to create the image of a huge sun encircling “100%” to symbolize the demand for powering the Upper Valley with entirely clean energy.

WHO: The Upper Valley Sierra Club Group

WHEN: Wednesday August 10th at 5pm

WHERE: The Dartmouth Green, 1 East Wheelock Street, Hanover, NH

100% Renewable

ABOUT READY FOR 100:  Ready For 100 is challenging 100 cities in the U.S.  to step up and commit to 100% Clean Energy.  16 cities, including major cities like San Diego, have already made such commitments.

ABOUT JOHN QUIGLEY: John Quigley is an internationally known artist, producer, and activist. As founder of Spectral Q his unique mix of human installation and aerial photography brings together communities to create large-scale messages for the common good. In December 2015, he created the 100% Renewable Eiffel Tower Peace Symbol image in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks. The resulting images and video went viral on social media and landed on front pages around the world. John has recently partnered with the Sierra Club’s Ready for 100 Campaign to create visual art symbolizing the desire and need for a transition to 100% clean energy. May 21 was the first aerial art project as part of the Ready for 100 campaign.

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