7:00pm – 8:00pm
Ten years ago, Al Gore’s documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, jettisoned the term “climate change” from science classrooms to family dinner table discussions. In the years since, citizens around the globe have made it their mission to further educate their peers about the global impacts of pollution, urbanization, waste and more.
Jeanine San Clemente will be discussing the science behind climate change, the impacts on Washington state, and ways that individuals can make a difference in their home and community.
Jeanine San Clemente is a social and behavioral scientist who is particularly interested in environmental psychology, as well as a participant in Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project.
Tuesdays @ 21 is a free monthly community presentation series providing education and an opportunity for networking and dialogue on a variety of sustainability topics. These dynamic evenings tackle a wide spectrum of regionally-relevant issues ranging from climate change, wildlife and wild spaces, energy independence, agriculture, food production, food justice, and activism using a variety of formats that are sure to inspire and challenge us to action.
Every fourth Tuesday of the month. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for networking, followed by a presentation from 7:00-8 pm.
Know a group that has some great information to share? We are always looking for dynamic local speakers and topics! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is requested, but not required. Register HERE.