Mondays Evenings: 7– 8:30 pm
Cuppa Tea with Terry Tempest Williams. Each conversation begins at 7 pm, conducted online by Terry Tempest Williams, writer-in-residence at Harvard Divinity School. Some upcoming topics are The Climate of Relationships and Intersectionality, The Climate of Compassion for all Beings, and The Climate of Grief. More information on speakers, registration, and the series here.
To attend via WebEx, go to: https://bit.ly/3hWvlCE. (Meeting number: 2430 414 3674)
Event password: NCDEQ
October 16, People’s Food Summit
Can the sheer speed of the global Rights of Nature movement shift culture and law to stem the worst impacts of climate change?
Join speakers in a live conversation and learn all about how the Indigenous-led Rights of Nature movement is transforming climate action now. More information and register here.
We have until October 27 to submit comments to the Virginia DEQ for the members of the citizen State Water Control Board to review, before they make their decision whether or not to grant the permit this December. Send your comments here.
The Amazon is at the tipping point, yet banks continue to fund and invest in Amazon oil – a “first cut” in the destruction of the rainforest. Banks must stop providing investment and financing in the Amazon, where risks of climate change, biodiversity loss, deforestation, Indigenous rights violations, pollution, and corruption are extremely high. Send your message here.
Thanks for taking action!
Peace and love for our beautiful Earth, Karen