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Change Is Our Choice: Creating Climate Solutions

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Change is Our Choice: Creating Climate Solutions, Published by Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) contact@nwei.org

This 5 session discussion course based on a paperback "text" that offers selections from excellent writers, projects and leads you to pertinent videos. You can also order the "text" in Kindle version or for your smartphone.

In this five-session discussion course you will:
-- explore climate change from scientific, psychological and social perspectives
-- consider how you can take action to build resilience in your own community
-- make and implement a plan of action to respond to climate change's effect in your community
-- consider how you can take action on climate change on a larger scale

Dates: March 22, April 5, April 19, May 3 & May 17, 6-6:30 pm Noshing & Socializing 6:30- 8:30 pm Discussion

Please bring something to share.

Location: "The Gallery", 28 East 35th Street (red door) between Park x Madison Avenues, or (depending on need for accessibility) Community Church Assembly Hall, 40 East 35th Street, basement of main church building

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