2 riders cross the country to discuss climate change, solutions
Four-thousand miles and 14 states. Two riders are taking on the challenge for change.
Mindy Ahler and Ryan Hall are crossing the country to get the conversation going. They are holding discussions in every state they visit about climate change and climate change solutions.
They started in Seaside, OR and are on their way to Washington, D.C. to bring what they learn to Capitol Hill.
"We've been meeting folks anywhere from farmer, to activist, to coal miner and anywhere inbetween and just finding that generally people are great, and, if you really want to create a better world for future generations to come, that we're going to really have to talk with one another to build that community," said Ryan Hall, Rider for LowCarbon Crossings.
Sunday, Mindy and Ryan will be going south to Stand with Standing Rock.