On Thursday, February 13th, join Deputy Director Alexandria Warneke for “Hopeful & Inspired: A Community Restorative Circle on Climate Action” hosted by the National Conflict Resolution Center. This event builds on last month’s discussion with Climate Science Alliance Director and KPBS Community Hero, Dr. Amber Pairis. This public event is free - register today!
Join the Climate Science Alliance and the National Conflict Resolution Center (NCRC) for “Hopeful & Inspired: A Community Restorative Circle on Climate Action” on Thursday, February 13, 2020. The event, hosted by the NCRC, continues the conversation held last month with San Diego’s Community Hero - Dr. Amber Pairis, Director of the Climate Science Alliance. The NCRC and KPBS named Dr. Pairis as their most recent Community Hero for her climate change work in San Diego and beyond. Learn more about the award here.
We are proud to once again be included in a community discussion, free and open to the public, to talk about climate change solutions. Learn more about the event in the description below!
Hopeful & Inspired: A Community Restorative Circle on Climate Action
Thursday, February 13, 2020
4:00pm to 7:00pm
The Center for Community Cohesion
220 Euclid Ave,Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92114
Light refreshments provided
KPBS Community Hero, Dr. Amber Pairis, is incredibly hopeful and wants you to be, too! When we're hopeful we are working toward solutions, we're supportive of one another, and we're getting things done. Inspired by the innovative and powerful mission of Dr. Pairis' Climate Science Alliance, this restorative circle will feature storytelling, art, and inspiration. Meet a wide variety of fellow San Diegans who are passionate about climate action, learn what's happening in the community, and share your unique perspective. We will be joined by special guest Alexandria Warneke, Deputy Director for the Climate Science Alliance.
This circle is free and open to the public – please share and encourage friends and neighbors to come!