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Project Drawdown Workshop
August 13 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
One event on August 13, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Heart of Longmont, in collaboration with the Pachamama Alliance, invite YOU to their Project Drawdown Workshop.
August 6th and 13th
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Heart of Longmont UMC
350 11th Ave.
Longmont, CO 80501
These workshops offer you an opportunity to learn more about current CLIMATE ACTION solutions and ways that YOU can become involved.
If you are unable to attend the first session, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an alternative introduction to the DRAWDOWN project, and join us for the second session!
PLEASE register by emailing email@example.com or call (303) 776-3523. Registration is not required but will help us plan.
Mary Beth Downing is the social action coordinator for her UMW unit, a UMC Global Earth keeper and the chair of the Mountain View UMC Green Earth Team. She embraces the hope within the DRAWDOWN solutions and has led Intro to Drawdown classes at her church and with GreenFaith.
Naomi Curland has been a symposium facilitator for the Pachamama Alliance since 2013, and has also adapted their materials for college courses. The Project Drawdown workshop is their newest offering, which Naomi previously led in Los Angelos and is looking forward to sharing with the Longmont community.
AUG. 6TH: INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT DRAWDOWN
This session will introduce participants to the top 100 solutions for reversing global warming, as outlined in the 2017 book DRAWDOWN: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming, edited by Paul Hawken.
The goal is to show an overview of the wide range of hopeful opportunities that are already happening in the seven sectors of GOOD, TRANSPORT, LAND USE, BUILDING and CITIES, MATERIALS, ENERGY, and WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Participants will be offered a chance to consider deeper exploration and action in the areas of their passion.
AUG. 13TH: NEXT STEPS FOR ACTION
This workshop will give participants time to dig deeper into the sectors and solutions that appeal to them, including the chance to brainstorm and research the challenges and opportunities within these solutions. Learning more about what is happening locally will help connect people to others who are committed to making a real difference in bringing about the change necessary.
Participants are encouraged (but NOT required) to bring computers, tablets, and smart phones to this session.