Next THURSDAY we’re teaming up with The World Affairs Council and Open Show to host a show that explores various perspectives on communicating and addressing climate change. Our aim is to demonstrate the need to understand that one method of communication does not fit all people.
We are proud to announce the following presenters-
Jared P. Scott of PF Pictures, Director and Producer of Do The Math, a film documenting Bill McKibben and his organization 350.org, and their work around the globe.
Camille Seaman, 2013 Senior TED Fellow and Stanford Knight Fellow and her work on storms in the midwest.
Paccarik Orue will discuss his work on Cerro de Pasco, the highest mining town in the world and the culture of El Muqui, the mythical goblin that guards these Andean mines and rules over the miners.
And Interfaith Power and Light to discuss and dispel the somewhat prevalent stereotype of religion and climate change being at odds with one another.
DATE: Thursday, August 15th, 7:00-9:00 pm
VENUE: The World Affairs Council | 312 Sutter St #200, 94108
AFTER-PARTY: Tap Room | 525 Sutter St. 2nd Floor, 94108