First Unitarian Church Environmental Task Force and Pachamama Alliance will next be offering an extensive 4 session series to enable you to go deeply into the solutions we need to pursue to bring down the global greenhouse gas concentration.
The Pachamama Alliance national group has put together a Drawdown course as an opportunity to come together with others on a journey to radically shift your relationship to global warming: to get more educated, inspired, empowered--and to get in action. Through videos, presentations, individual research, and group interaction and learning, we will come together over four sessions to explore the Drawdown solutions to Global Warming, how they are ranked and the overall plan. We’ll cover the science, the impact and the scale of the solutions in an inspiring and easily understandable way. Participants will have the opportunity to research between sessions and go deeper on certain solutions that resonate with them and take on a project to get into action in their own community and to advocate for nationally and internationally. An important aspect of the course is building community among participants, sharing experiences, and collaborating on ideas and opportunities for action.
The course is offered as a pilot, and your input will help make it more effective to bring even more people on board.
Dates: Sundays: October 29, November 5, 12, and December 3, 2017; 6:00 to 8 or 8:30 p.m.* (*to be determined by the group)
Location: First Unitarian Church, 220 Winton Road, Rochester, NY 14610
Cost: Free; donations accepted
Registration/Contact/Information: Sue Staropoli at email@example.com or 585-734-2816
Facebook: Pachamama Rochester