3 Fabulous Climate Action Events!

THREE FABULOUS EVENTS – JAN 24, 25, 26

Also: budget deputations Jan 25 and 26. Written submissions can be sent in Monday or Tuesday, buc@toronto.ca

Resources on our Municipal page – http://www.climatefast.ca/carbonfreeTO

 

ONLINE FOSSIL BANKS? NO THANKS WORKSHOP
Jan 24, 3 pm

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/online-bankswitch-workshop-w-climatefast-tickets-135352808895

 

https://www.facebook.com/events/154119586220419/

 

Learn about the Big 5 Banks' huge investments of our money in expanding fossil fuels and worsening climate change. We are their customers can act together to pressure  the big 5 into cleaning up their act. We'll learn how to bring  attention to this on the: January 29th Day of Action.



Find out more and be inspired by this divestment video: https://mazaskatalks.org/#theboycott

 

And more resources here: https://climatepledgecollective.org/bankswitch/

 

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Jan 25, 7 pm KITCHEN TABLE CLIMATE CONVERSATION

FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/1149695535487897

 

REGISTER: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/kitchen-table-climate-conversation-tickets-136207657771

 

Participate in a climate conversation as if we were sitting at a kitchen table! learn more, share concerns, consider solutions. This conversation is being organized by ClimateFast in cooperation with the Africa Climate Action Initiative - Community Climate Action North Etobicoke project. The conversation is open to all – with a special invite to those living in Rexdale.



Community Climate Action North Etobicoke is being supported by the City of Toronto and carried out in partnership with the Rexdale Women's Centre. Links for this ongoing project below.

 

To learn more and join this project, please visit the website at http://capnetwork.ca/north-etobicoke

 

Jan 26, 7 pm – SCIENCE FOR PEACE PUBLIC FORUM

CLIMATEFAST is a Co-sponsor of this forum: 

 

OVERCOMING THE CLIMATE CRISIS: What Needs To Be Done

 

With climate scientist Danny Harvey U of T Professor of Geography who has written 2 texbooks on climate science, 3 books on solutions, over 100 scientific papers on climate.  He has co-authored reports for the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Also commentary from Allie Rougeot, Toronto organizer with Fridays for Future and Sara Beiruti of Science for Peace. Moderator: Richard Sandbrook, President of Science for Peace.



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