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Save the date: Monday, March 22nd: 1:30-3:00 p.m., Mountain Time
“Forests: Lungs of Our Planet and Cities”
WHEN: Monday, March 22nd, 1:30 – 3:00pm, Mountain Time
WHERE: Zoom Online – Free, but preregistration required – link forthcoming
*** SPEAKERS TBA ***
Sponsored by the Ethics and Ecological Economics (EEE) Forum
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When you register, feel free to add a question or comment on this topic.
Arbor Day is coming! Friday, April 16th (Colorado); Friday, April 30th (National)
This is a great time to ask:
- How are forests doing in our cities, statewide, nationwide, and globally?
- How important are trees and forests for humans and nature to thrive?
- What can individuals and groups do to protect trees and forest health locally, statewide, nationally, and globally?
1. Learn more about Wangari Maathai—biologist, professor, activist, and the first African woman and the first environmentalist to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Many YouTube clips are available. An illustrated children’s book is available in hardcover and paperback and on YouTube.
2. Sign up for a webinar on “The Amazon Forest: What’s at Stake and What You Can Do.” Wednesday, March 3rd, 2:00pm MST. Sponsored by the Denver Justice and Peace Committee – “We educate and advocate for human rights in Latin America.”
3. If you live in Denver, check out the Denver Treeport (Tree Report) Card for your neighborhood from the Office of the City Forester.
Please share this announcement with others who may be interested. For information about the purpose of the EEE Forum and recent themes and speakers, visit the Forum website or contact Forum Founder and Convener David Carlson.
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