Ann Hancock, Executive Director of the Climate Protection Campaign, will introduce a conversation about the dance between emotions and working for a better future.|
Given the dire predictions about the future of Earth, the increasing impoverishment of ecosystems and buffers, further temperature changes that are already in the pipeline, the increasing impacts on vulnerable communities, and the continuing inaction, denial, and lack of apparent recognition of the situation are we doomed to gloom when working for a better climate future? How do we keep emotionally levelheaded, optimistic and creative in our search for systemic solutions?
Sunday, October 13, 10am - 2pm (presentation starts at 11am promptly)
Ann Hancock co-founded the Climate Protection Campaign in 2001 and has been its Executive Director since its inception. The organization's mission is to inspire, align, and mobilize action in response to the climate crisis. It partners with business, government, youth and the broader community to advance practical, science-based solutions for significant greenhouse gas emission reductions. Ann has worked more than 40 years in business, government, and community-based organizations. Her Masters degree is in Public Health from U.C. Berkeley.
Light breakfast and brunch by High Street Salon chef Rick Rozet and moderation by Zeno Swijtink (SSU Department of Philosophy, Slow Food Russian River).
The High Street Salon (View)
7205 Maple Ave (Entrance around the corner, on High Street)
Sebastopol, CA 95472
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