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2022 Climate Update with Peter Sinclair


Thursday, January 27, 2022
7:00 p.m.– 8:00 p.m. EST


Online via Zoom

The effects of climate change are being seen worldwide and right here in Michigan. Join us for an in-depth look at the unfolding disaster and a deep discussion on what you can do to become involved in creating solutions that will carry us through.

Peter Sinclair is a videographer and journalist who has been tracking the science behind climate change through his decades of scientific interviews and visiting regions that are seeing the effects of our warming atmosphere. He's a frequent contributor to Yale Climate Connections This is Not Cool, Media Director of the Dark Snow Project, Climate Denial Crock of the Week, and NCSE 2017 Friend of the Planet.

You are invited to this fascinating presentation and discussion about the solutions to climate change.

Jeremy Reisig will facilitate our conversation so we all take away action steps and good vibes from this event.

One of the ways we’ve all had to adapt and change in an online world is to create personal boundaries around technology. Never before have we had to manage beeps, dings, bells, pop-ups, and every other distraction while we are leading, teaching and training.

As we prepare for our time with Peter we lovingly ask that you honor our agreements of participation:

  1. End to End Attendance: please be prepared to be present from beginning to end.
  2. Be Stationary: please be prepared to participate from a stationary spot. Participation from a moving vehicle, while on a walk, etc. will not work for this type of experience.
  3. Full Engagement: Please have both your video and audio on through your computer/laptop/cellphone.
  4. Fully Present: Please eliminate notifications, distractions, or anything that will take your attention from the experience.

This event is going to be engaging, informational, and interactive.

Please register below. You'll receive an email from Zoom with your personal access code in about 15 minutes.





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