”Through Crises Toward Transformation: Systemic Solutions —Climate Policies 101”
Online Sunday, October 17, 5 - 6:30 PM EDT
Follow-up Conversation – Sunday, October 24, 5 pm EDT
Note: We will continue to explore establishing networking groups for climate action.
From municipal regulations to national legislation, the world of policy making has embraced a variety of ideas for passing climate policies to address climate change. But proposed legislation can be confusing, conflicting, and manipulative, often with hidden agendas and misleading claims. “Climate Policies 101” is designed as an introduction to understanding and supporting effective proposals for decreasing carbon emissions and addressing global warming.
Randy Litzenberger is the co-chair of the Seattle 34th District Environment, Energy and Land Use Caucus. He has had years of experience teaching students to understand climate policies and legislation, and now shares his expertise in an introductory course that all can understand. Randy brings multiple experiences in advocacy and political involvement as well as a deep passion for creating effective change through our political system and legislators.
Come join us in the Climate Webinar on October 17 to learn the basics about climate policies that will help mitigate climate change. Invite your friends to join. All sessions are free. Participation in previous webinars is not necessary to join in this opportunity.
Is your congregation addressing climate change? Send a video of what you are doing to: Rod Downing, firstname.lastname@example.org .
To connect to “Systemic Solutions: Climate Policies 101", please register by clicking the button below.
If you registered for a past webinar or conversation, you do not need to register again. Once registered, you will be sent a Zoom link a few days before each webinar, panel and conversation.
This is an online ministry sponsored by the Greater Pacific Northwest USA Mission Center for Community of Christ. The North American Climate Justice Team are the planners, with members from GPNWMC, Canada East, Canada West, IWMC, SPMC, and SPIMC.
This was a very personal and intimate experience of looking into the eyes of those displaced as they moved to lesser occupied places on the land. How many times I heard the words, "I am so sorry" from Settlers as we physically nudged them to allow us to stand where they had comfortably stood.
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