Join Us for Netting Zero, a Virtual Event Series on Climate Change

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Discover public national and local events related to learning more about climate change and taking action – whether online, in the streets, or in the auditorium. The more we know, the more effective we will be. And, the more we participate, the more we will build a community of people working for the welfare of our children and our grandchildren.

⭐️ = Of particular national relevance

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Join Us for Netting Zero, a Virtual Event Series on Climate Change

06/30/21

Each episode of Netting Zero brings together New York Times journalists with climate experts from business, policy, government, and civil society. Join us on July 1 to discuss our built environment.

Join us for the next installment of Netting Zero, our virtual event series on climate change: On Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Eastern The Times’s London bureau chief, Mark Landler, will host a conversation about sustainable urban spaces. You can register here.

Climate Action Leadership Program

06/16/21

Online training workshops will be held every Tuesday in July from 3-5:30pm EST

This Summer 2021, join our new Climate Action Leadership Program (CALP) to collaborate with like-minded teens, speak up about your climate concerns and demands, and advance climate justice in your own community! This volunteer program is open to 9-12th graders seeking pathways into climate engagement (no previous climate experience required).

WORKSHOP CALENDAR

Intro to Climate Advocacy: July 6 or July 13

Skill building: advocacy, research, communicating climate messages 

Climate & Community Engagement: July 20

Skill building: advocacy, collaboration, event planning, and social media 

Art Inspiring Climate Action Workshop: July 27

Skill building: using arts for climate advocacy, outreach, and activism; starting climate dialogues

Register by June 23 at 11:59pm EST.

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About Capitol Hill Ocean Week 2021

06/11/21

About Capitol Hill Ocean Week 2021

Capitol Hill Ocean Week (CHOW), convened by the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, gathers people from across the U.S. and around the world to engage in dialogue on how to sustain the health of our ocean and Great Lakes, and especially for all who call these places home and depend on them for their livelihoods. This year, on June 8-10th, we will hear from people working on this issue in communities across the country, listening to learn from their perspectives on how to grow a more racially equitable and just ocean and Great Lakes conservation movement.

CHOW is open to the public and free to attendees. The Foundation relies on the generous support of sponsors to host CHOW.

 

Register Here

A Journey into the Deep Blue

06/08/21

Tue, Jun 22, 2021
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

A Journey into the Deep Blue

Join us on June 22 at 6:30 p.m. ET as National Geographic explorer and world-renowned underwater photographer Brian Skerry takes us on a journey under the sea.

We’ll dive deep into our oceans’ coolest habitats and most incredible sea creatures, and share stories about the threats that they currently face. Then you’ll learn about how you can take action to help protect and restore our oceans and all the life they support.

RSVP to come explore our oceans!

 

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Invitation from Columbia University’s Earth Institute

06/08/21

Ocean Trailblazers: Explorations, Discoveries, and Technologies of the Deep

Moderator
Alex Halliday
Founding Dean of the Columbia Climate School and
Director of Columbia University’s Earth Institute

with
Sonya Dyhrman
Professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

and
Maya Tolstoy
Professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

Monday, June 21, 2021
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The World Ocean is essential to life on Earth. It produces about half of the oxygen that sustains the planet, feeds and employs millions of people, and is pivotal to regulating the climate as it absorbs massive amounts of carbon dioxide. As important as the ocean is, much of it remains underexplored. Join us online for this month’s Earth Series Lecture, moderated by the Climate School’s Founding Dean, Alex Halliday, in conversation with two of Columbia University’s leading ocean explorers, Sonya Dyrhman and Maya Tolstoy.

Register Here