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Wild Voices programs are cancelled for April 2020 through June 2020 due to full and partial school closures in BC. In the coming months we will be planning ways for the Wild Voices program to restart in September 2020, including new options for online learning with our Wild Voices programs as a new bookable option for our Wild Voices programming.
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Reverse Climate Change - Solutions from Project Drawdown
|Bookable Type(s)||In Class (approx 1 hr)|
|Location||We will be inside, possibly outside in the school yard in milder weather.|
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About the Program
Explore solutions to climate change, even ways to reverse global warming with Project Drawdown. Through engaging exercises,
we will connect to solutions that are inspiring for us.
Often climate change classes focus on the problems with a final short time to the alternatives and solutions. In this overwhelming
time when many of us experience climate anxiety, this workshop offers a new story for local and global change and engages
students to be active hopeful citizens.
Project Drawdown, an international coalition of more than 200 researchers and other experts who identified and presented the 80 most substantive solutions to global warming. Founded by author, environmentalist, and entrepreneur Paul Hawken, the group revealed their extraordinary findings: that it is possible not just to slow global warming, but to actually begin reversing it by 2050. Drawdown is that point in time when the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere begins to decline on a year-to-year basis. It is when we begin to actually reverse global warming. https://www.drawdown.org/
About the Community Educator
After graduating from university, one of Malin's first jobs was to teach climate change to schools in Sweden. Her passion for nature and social justice has lead her to travel to many countries, to be a volunteer and activist, and now to homestead in the West Kootenay. Since 2017, Malin offers forest preschool and nature camp programming in Nelson.