Date: June 29, 2022
Time: 09:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time
A 3-hour job fair with actively hiring climate companies in energy, mobility, and more, from the MCJ Collective portfolio.
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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Schedule: Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Times: 06:00pm – 07:30pm
Speaker: Sean Barrett, Edwina von Gal
Session Number: 224HRT263O
Native to the East Coast, sugar kelp may become an important tool to sustainably maintain plant health, given it is rich in important micronutrients and powerful bio-stimulating compounds. Take a deep dive into the many ways kelp-based fertilizers can dramatically strengthen root zones and improve soil health while also removing carbon from the atmosphere and combating climate change.
Date : Monday, May 23, 2022
Timing : 11:30 AM (ET)
This Monday, May 23rd at 11:30 am ET, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is hosting a 30-minute webinar with Secretary Jennifer Granholm and Principal Deputy Under Secretary for Infrastructure Kathleen Hogan to provide updates on the implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and to share the progress we have made in its first 180 days.
Date : Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Timing : 1:00 pm (ET)
In this webinar Philip Jordan, with Harvard University, will discuss workforce development themes, such as fostering sustainable communities and developing solutions that provide expanded opportunities for the most underserved populations. Philip is a Senior Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and has worked in both the private industry and the government, including the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States Senate.
Date: June 16, 2022
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM Pacific Time
Healthy soil plays a vital role in the nutrient density of our food, can help prevent agricultural runoff and erosion, and has a direct impact on our changing climate. And yet, by ignoring what’s directly beneath our feet, we can expect to lose all of the world’s topsoil within a single generation and see a needless rise in the accumulation of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere.
Date: June 23, 2022
Time: 01:30 PM (E.T.)
The global south contributes little to climate change yet suffers disproportionately from its effects. Join New York Times journalists and leading experts as they share their visions for an equitable, climate-resilient future.
Streaming : Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at 19:00 – 20:00 CET (10:00 am PST)
On the occasion of Earth Day, journalist, activist, and educator Dina Gilio-Whitaker will discuss climate justice in the context of settler colonialism, American Indian history and current movements with moderator Rose-Anne Clermont.
Airs on April 19, April 26, and May 3, 2022
Beginning Tuesday, April 19, FRONTLINE examines the fossil fuel industry’s history of casting doubt and delaying action on climate change. This three-part docuseries traces decades of missed opportunities and the ongoing attempts to hold Big Oil to account. Watch the trailer here
Location: The Kennedy Center, 2700 F St., NW, Washington, D.C. 20566
Date: Opening on March 22 and running until April 22, 2022
The Asia Society and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts present the east coast premiere of COAL + ICE, a documentary photography exhibition, curated by Jeroen de Vries and Susan Meiselas, that brings together the work of over 50 photographers and video artists from around the world to visualize the climate crisis—its causes and consequences—as a large-scale immersive experience. Forty-eight projectors will illuminate an immersive 30,000-square-foot purpose-built exhibition space on the REACH Plaza.
Starting Date : Friday, February 11
Climate change is real, so why the controversy and debate? Learn to make sense of the science and to respond to climate change denial.
In public discussions, climate change is a highly controversial topic. However, in the scientific community, there is little controversy with 97% of climate scientists concluding humans are causing global warming.