~ LEADERS of the NEW EARTH first Meetup 2020 ~
Bold Actions for a Sustainable Climate Shift.
Vancouver has been working on becoming the Greenest city in the world for nearly a decade – but tackling climate change beyond 2020 comes with a new sense of urgency.
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Just maybe Humanity may be in a mass awakening where we awaken to the fact that we live in a Universe, a Planet of Natural Laws and Natural Cosmic Science that will and can respond to the restoration of the planet in unimaginable ways as long as we do. It is time to awaken.
It’s time to be more ambitious than ever before – that’s why we’re inviting you to help scale up our efforts together to create a more equitable, healthy, and thriving future for our city.
On February 3 join the City of Vancouver for - BOLD ACTIONS for a CLIMATE EMERGENCY - a conversation on what climate emergency means for Vancouver and what we need to do to get real about it.
This event is the kick-off to a series of opportunities and dialogues designed to inspire and inform an ambitious action plan for Vancouver that responds to the climate crisis.
Special musical guests, Hey Ocean!
~ Johanna Wagstaffe, meteorologist and science host for CBC News
~ Simon Donner, UBC Professor and Climate Change Expert
Khelsilem, Squamish Nation Councillor
~ Am Johal, Director of SFU's Office of Community Engagement
~ Tzeporah Berman, Author, Activist, and Director of Stand.Earth
~ Dr. Patricia Daly, Chief Medical Health Officer of Vancouver Coastal
~ Local youth climate leaders, the Sustainabiliteens
Plus - City of Vancouver staff and a variety of Vancouver-based environmental groups and non-profits will be there to help you learn how to take meaningful action on climate change.
Presentations and personal reflections from experts and thought leaders about the scale of the climate crisis, the urgency needed for action, and the importance of climate justice.
A moderated dialogue called TRUE STORIES OF WHEN WE WERE BOLD. Speakers will reflect on a variety of social trans-formative events in history and what they can teach us about collective action as well as the public’s role in systems change.