Course Type: Guest Speakers and Discussion
Registration Fee: no cost
Times and Content:
The Importance of Trees
Nov. 23, 1:30 PM – Daniella Kricper represents the
Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation, and
Mickey Gurbin gives the
Psychological Effects of the Climate Crisis
Location: a Zoom meeting
Notes: Event Flyer
Mike Ash (indabush at hay dot net) will send out the Zoom meeting link to members and friends 2 days before. If you are not sure you are on our contact list, let him know and you will be added.
This course is running in a similar way to Realizing Reconciliation last season. It is designed to appeal to members as well as to the general public. Climate change is worse than many of us expected. Our survival is threatened and we have to respond quickly and wisely for our grandchildren’s sake. How do we decide which issues should be priorities when so many seem urgent? Which activist groups should we support? How do we organize as a community to be effective? This series brings together speakers from government, the Indigenous community, activist groups, and others to share their views on a feasible path forward. If you want to worry less and find positive solutions, please join us.
Partners in Learning gratefully acknowledges the support of Huron Shores United Church and the Grand Bend Community Foundation for making this special program possible.