Yesterday in Dolores Park, a bunch of people gathered to set a world's record for the largest simultaneous dance.
What I'm Seeing has video here.
I still think my friend and his crew should have won some kind of record for the largest simultaneous dance ... by people dressed like gorillas:
(Props to the folks at SFist .)
Oct 28, 2007
Oct 12, 2007
Al Gore and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) won the Nobel Peace Prize today for his work to fight global climate change.
"The Nobel Peace Prize Committee has today made it clear that combating climate change is a central peace and security policy for the 21st century," Achim Steiner, head of the United Nations Environment Programme, said in a statement.Seems like proper vindication for the Man Who Should Have Been President to me. I only hope Al Gore's ability to influence more action regarding global climate change continues.
"The IPCC and Mr. Gore have contributed to the unprecedented momentum on the climate-change challenge in 2007," Steiner added.
Tony Juniper, executive director of environmental campaign group Friends of the Earth, said of the Nobel announcement: "This is a very welcome signal that the world is beginning to wake up to how environmental challenges are going to shape many aspects of human welfare long into the future.
"We hope that politicians everywhere will see this signal and take heed," he added.