Sebastopol Carbon Conversations: An Introduction to Project Drawdown
Sebastopol Carbon Conversations
What you and I can do about Climate Change. Finding our role in shaping the future.
Sebastopol Carbon Conversations is hosted by The Rahus Institute and Sebastopol Grange. The series takes a closer look at the many solutions for reversing global warming as presented in Project Drawdown and other sources. We’ll learn from local organizations that are working on Climate solutions in agriculture, renewable energy, reducing waste, empowering women, transportation, building design, carbon sequestration, and more. Through this exploration, we’ll discover where we each can take small to large steps, help shape a better future, and still enjoy the day (smile, get a good night’s sleep, dance, sing, play music). Download Fall 2019 Schedule.
Crystal Chissell, Vice President of Operations and Engagement, is an operations and governance specialist, working to champion diverse and collaborative leadership for a regenerative and beautiful future on Earth.
Crystal draws on her deep experience and interdisciplinary background in local and state government, law, business and social equity to nourish a culture of excellence at Project Drawdown and to facilitate partnerships that move the world toward climate solutions. She also speaks publicly about Project Drawdown and serves as an expert resource for news media, interest groups and advocacy organizations.
Everyone is invited to attend: community members, teachers, students.
Collaborators: Sebastopol Regional Library, 350 Sonoma, Sebastopol Climate Action, [email your interest in collaborating to firstname.lastname@example.org]
Cost: FREE. Though Pre-Registration is Required at: