Sunride attended Salt Lake’s Climate Strike, part of strikes held around the word and inspired by a 16 year old student from Sweden. Our children are the ones who will suffer the consequences from our primitive use of fossil fuel technology. Our hope for the future is them lifting us out of the past.

Sunride joins the student organized Climate Strike in Salt Lake City, Utah
One of the posters at the student organized Climate Strike showing a turtle being pursued by a shark made out of plastic straws
One of the posters at the student organized Climate Strike. It shows a turtle in the ocean being pursued by a “shark” made out of plastic straws.
One of the posters at the student organized Climate Strike. It shows a turtle in the ocean being pursued by a shark made out of plastic straws.
This is my favorite Climate Strike poster
Sunride at the student-organized climate strike in Salt Lake City, UT
Sunride at the student-organized climate strike in Salt Lake City, UT
Resting on Sunride at the student-organized climate strike in Salt Lake City, UT
Resting on Sunride at the student-organized climate strike in Salt Lake City, UT
Mini American flags hanging from picnic shelter
The morning after a big storm. The 24 American flag banners are still flying!
Can this be a metaphor for America weathering the storm of climate change?
A Digital Power Meter showing a little over 4 kWh of non-solar energy used the first 400 miles representing 25% of total energy. So 75% of the energy for Sunride is solar power!
A little over 4 kWh of non-solar energy used the first 400 miles representing 25% of total energy. So 75% of the energy for Sunride is solar power! Clean energy – now that’s a future we can all LIVE with!
9/20/19 – Day 17 – Salt Lake City, UT – Climate Strike Organized by Students!