COP21 was a landmark event for the climate.
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For the first time, nations around the world agreed that we need aggressive goals. And with their inadequate commitments so far, it has further highlighted the gaping chasm between where we need to go and where we’re headed.
What actually happened inside? Did all the countries really commit to the right goals or was it political gamesmanship? Was America in the forefront?
Was civil society represented or kept quiet?
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What does all of it mean for climate activism going forward? What are the opportunities for 2016? What are the false solutions that we may start hearing about?
And what can each of us be doing in the following months to have the greatest impact on the climate crisis?
Hear Mark Hertsgaard, celebrated Nation magazine Environmental Correspondent and author of the hopeful Hot: Living Through the Next 50 Years on Earth, speak on these topics. His talk is followed with him in a discussion with 350Marin activists who were on the ground in Paris. This Community Conversation then continues with a Q & A.
Elizabeth Ferguson, PhD., founder of Climate Compassion, an organization dedicated to a sustainable climate, social justice, and compassion for the web of life.
Emilie Anna Reeves, Food, faith, and systems change activist and 350Marin Steering Committee member.
Jeremy Lent, writer, and founder of the non-profit Liology Institute, dedicated to fostering a worldview that could enable humanity to flourish sustainably on the Earth.
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