Why Facts Are Not Enough. Dr. Hayhoe will speak at the University of Arizona on Wednesday, April 12, 7 pm, in Room N120, ENR2 Building (1064 E. Lowell St.)Join Dr. Hayhoe as she explores pathways to productive discussion about climate change: moving past the smokescreens to address the real objections and beginning conversations with values we share rather than facts [...]
Time To Choose film screening. Climate change is the biggest challenge humanity has ever faced – and our greatest opportunity. This inspirational film offers compelling stories of the innovators, leaders, and average people fighting on the front lines for a cleaner, more sustainable world. Post-film discussion with local climate-change champions: - Ashley Camhi - ASU [...]
Peoples Climate March Phoenix will be held at the AZ State Capitol, 10:00 - 2:00 pm on April 29th. The goal is to advance solutions to the climate crisis that are rooted in racial, social and economic injustice. Coincides with the national march being held in Washington D.C.
March for Science will take place at 125 W. Washington Street, 10:00 on April 22nd. The actual march begins at 11:00, finishing with booths and speakers. Coincides with the national march in Washington D.C.
"The combined footprint of humans on the planet’s ecosystems crossed a threshold decades ago but is now becoming more evident to more and more Americans who have been largely unaffected by it." A good climate justice story that takes place in Tucson, Arizona. Great addition to teaching what climate IN-justice looks like.
By the United Methodist Women. CLIMATE JUSTICE- A Call To Hope & Action. The series will follow the interesting, new book authored by the UNITED METHODIST WOMEN to provide answers and direction as our congregation becomes more aware of our role in the world. Ten texts have been gifted for the series and [...]