Climate Solutions: Meeting the Challenge

We know that climate change is here. We see it in earlier blooming times, destructive pests new to New England and in unpredictable and devastating storms. 

Come hear this excellent speaker and local activist who brings some cool ideas for a hot planet! The event is part of a larger series: "Climate Solutions: Meeting the Challenge" that will continue in November and February. 

ConcordCAN Environmental Newsletter
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Dear Friend of the Earth,
Don’t miss this important event, coming up next Friday!

 

“The Climate Crisis: Why Only a Movement Can Save Us. “
A Special Evening with Craig Altemose
October 25, 7:30-9:30 PM at First Parish in Concord

 

On October 25, Craig Altemose, the Executive Director of the Better Future Project, will speak  in the First Parish sanctuary. Following his remarks, you are invited to a reception in the Parish Hall, where you can talk informally with Craig and others who are part of the statewide climate movement in Massachusetts. There will be informational tables where you can learn more and, if you wish, sign up to participate in the action.

 

Craig will speak knowledgeably and passionately about how much deeper the climate crisis is than many people understand; how it profoundly impacts human beings; what kinds of action are most effective; and how we can become part of that action. We hope to see you there. The event is free to the public, but donations will be very much appreciated. All donations at the event will go to support the work of the Better Future Project.

 

COMING SOON: This is the first event in a new speaker series, entitled “Climate Solutions: Meeting the Challenge” The second event, a panel discussion on “Avenues for Action” will be held at First Parish on November 15. Stay tuned for details.

 

The “Climate Solutions” speaker series is made possible by six diverse local organizations, joining their voices in a call for large scale, effective action on climate change:
  • ConcordCAN!
  • the League of Women Voters of Concord-Carlisle
  • the Social Action Community at First Parish in Concord 
  • Musketaquid Arts and Environment
  • Trinitarian Congregational Church
  • Trinity Episcopal Church
What all of these organizations and groups have in common is a deep concern about what is happening to our planet. 

 

See you There!
 
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