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January 25th, 2021

 “Moving Ahead on Climate Change: U.S., World, Colorado

WHEN:  Monday, January 25th, 1:30 – 3:00pm, MT
WHERE: Zoom Online – Free, but preregistration required

SPEAKERS:

Phil Nelson, Chair, Golden Chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby
 Robert Youngberg, President and founder, Sustainability Development International
Marie Venner, Co-Chair, Call to Action Colorado and Catholic Network—US;
 and Chair, Decarbonization Subcommittee at the National Academies

Sponsored by the Ethics and Ecological Economics (EEE) Forum

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Phil Nelson: Candidates for Federal Climate Legislation.  Many climate-related bills were introduced during 2020 and will be re-introduced in the 117th U.S. Congress.  We will look at three bills of which two were introduced by Colorado members of Congress. 

Robert Youngberg: Focusing on overall global progress in addressing climate change, or lack of progress to date, but emphasize the plans and actions of the major CO2 producing countries and regions through 2050, and in particular over the next 10 years. 

Marie Venner: Top issues and action around climate change in Colorado and our work leading up to this, since our climate and cross-justice movement conference, ActivateCO in Sept. 2018.

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Also of possible interest in view of recent events in Washington, D.C. – SEE OUR LAST FORUM ON NOVEMBER 16th IN THE NEXT TAB (RECENT FORUMS) – HIGHLIGHTS BELOW

YouTube video of the Nov. 2020 EEE Forum, “Democracy in a Time of Un-Truth”.

Deeply informative perspectives on conspiracy theory, lying and professional economic ethics, 

and the journalism-truth relationship in a time of un-truth.

Speakers: Tamim Ansary, Author and Educator; George DeMartino, Korbel School of Int’l. Studies, DU; 

and Lynn Schofield Clark, Dept. of Media, Film, & Journalism Studies, DU.

Please share this announcement with others who may be interested. For information about the purpose of the EEE Forum and recent themes and speakers, Explore the website for past forums and feel free to contact Forum Founder and Convener David Carlson.

September 14th, October 12th and November 16th forums info moved to next tab “Recent Forums”

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