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Wilderness Journeys of a Climate Activist – Parks as Living Climate Labs

September 18, 2019 - 6:30 PM
Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, Room 160
1601 North Street SE, Olympia

Slide presentation with a view of the parks as “living laboratories for climate change,” plus policy updates and a preview of the Student Climate Strike on September 20. Facebook event. 

  • A Slide Presentation by Barak Gale
  • Brief Policy Update for State and County
  • A Preview to the Student Climate Strike on September 20, by the Organizer Elyanna Calle.
Presentation Features:
  • A collage of images and adventures in wilderness, that might just inspire you to go to the mountains
  • A view of the parks as “living laboratories for climate change” – a term used by Mt Rainier Park Biologists and Geologists

“[T]ry the mountain passes. They will kill care, save you from deadly apathy, set you free, and call forth every faculty into vigorous, enthusiastic action.”  John Muir

Barak serves as Co-Chair of Climate Reality Project – Thurston County Chapter.  Barak was longtime Board member and President of the Washington Wilderness Coalition (now called Washington Wild).

A Program of Climate Reality Project / Thurston County Chapter
RSVP on Facebook or email barb@scavezze.com

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