Introduction to Drawdown: Reversing Global Warming
Introduction to Drawdown is an interactive presentation that invites you to see both the possibility of reversing global warming and the most effective ways that you can help that happen, in an inspiring and easily understandable format. Project Drawdown is a scientific study that identified 80 existing solutions that, together, can actually draw down greenhouse gases and start to reverse global warming by 2050. These solutions include the food we eat, the energy we use, the ways we get around, and the ways we manage land. This is a message of hope that, by working together at the community level, we can reverse global warming. Presented by Pat Wartinger of the Rochester Area Community Pachamama Alliance via Zoom on Thursday, July 30 from 7-8pm. Please register.
Introdcution to Drawdown will meet online using Zoom. Some basic knowledge of how to use Zoom is required, such as how to join a meeting. Email invitations will be sent out to registrants 12-24 hours in advance. Don't know how to use Zoom? We've got classes for that! Check out our full events calendar for dates and times.
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