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Building Climate Communities Through Chaos

Thursday, Dec 6, 2018

Be part of a one-night Human Impacts Salon with live performance that explores how we are working together in innovative ways to take climate action.

Sponsors: The Human Impacts Institute + the German Consulate General in NYC

With original climate-inspired performances from poet Kwame Opoku-duku, musician Joshua Dumas, and theatre group Arctic Cycle! Stay for conversation with special guests, including:

Mer Block, ESG Analyst + VP - Rockefeller Capital Management; Cindy Chung, Co-Chair - NYC, Zero Hour; Peter Derby, Creative Director; Margaret Morton, Director of Program on Creativity and Free Expression - Ford Foundation (invited); Andrew Revkin, Strategic Adviser for Environmental _ Science Journalism - National Geographic Society (invited); Courtney St John, Director of Energy Desk - Climate Nexus

Date: Thursday, December 6, 6 - 9:30 pm Stay for drinks and small bites, while networking with our diverse audience of policymakers, activists, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit leaders.

Location: Human Impacts Institute Hub at the Williamsburgh Public Library, 240 Division Avenue, Floor 2, Brooklyn NY Map

Human Impacts NYC is a celebration of innovation and collaboration and part of our Human Impacts Salon series together with the German Consulate General. At the Human Impacts Institute, we use art and culture to inspire environmental action for social good. We envision a world in which each of us are active agents of social and environmental change; where culture and nature converge, not compete, and where our communities have equal access to the resources we need for dignity, happiness, and health.

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