May 12, 2015
Jourdan Imani Keith will use her powerful tools of poetry and storytelling to bring Earth Month into your personal perspective revealing the intersections of humans, water and the world we live in.
Michael Foster, Climate Reality Project, Earth Day, The Morning After
Thursday, April 23 12:30 - 1:30, Black Box Theatre,
Michael Foster, M.Ed. has counseled individuals and families since 1995, while the sky falls down all around us. He believes climate change is no longer an environmental problem; now it’s behavioral. Currently he offers Carbon Recovery Counseling to break addictive, abusive patterns of thinking and consumption on the long road to climate recovery. He serves on the Steering Committee for the International Transitional Resilience Coalition, a new organization of mental health and healthcare professionals whose mission is to prepare communities for climate impacts already “in the pipeline”. He devotes all of his time to motivating people to act while we can still make a world of difference. An active speaker on climate topics for all audiences, including all schools and colleges, mostly he volunteers organizing children and teens that speak out and take action for their future, with Plant-for-the-Planet, Our Children’s Trust, 350.org, and The Climate Reality Project. Have you planted your trees today?