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Climate Science on Tap — Climate Hope for the Holidays: Turning Angst Into Action – Dec 3

The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change paints a grim picture of the future if humanity fails to act. Yet research shows that doom-and-gloom rarely motivates people to action. Instead it results in fear, anxiety, and depression. In this very special holiday addition of Climate Science on Tap, we’ll focus on a hopeful and empowering message. Our expert panel will discuss coping with environmental grief and anxiety, communicating ‘Earth Optimism’, and highlighting actions that will make a difference, from personal choices to the voting booth. Join us for insightful presentations and an inspiring Q&A that may just leave you feeling a bit more optimistic about the future.
PANELISTS
Meade Krosby, UW Climate Impacts Group
Jennifer Atkinson, UW Bothell, Environmental Studies
Sarah Myhre, UW Oceanography
DATE/TIME
December 3th, 7-8:30PM
LOCATION
Queen Anne BeerHall (http://www.queenannebeerhall.com)
203 W Thomas St., Seattle WA