Climate Action 2050: What’s Really Needed to Achieve State and Local Goals, Wednesday 11/7/12

Climate Action 2050: What's Really Needed to Achieve State and Local Goals, Wednesday 11/7/12

As a community and as a state, we have ambitious targets for reducing the emissions that cause global warming. But what will it actually take to achieve those targets? What strategies and actions will make the biggest differences? What role must our community play? Join climate change leaders Timothy Burroughs, City of Berkeley Climate Action… Read more »

Politicizing the Classroom: Challenges to Climate Change Education in America’s Public Schools, Wednesday, 10/17/12

Politicizing the Classroom: Challenges to Climate Change Education in America's Public Schools, Wednesday, 10/17/12

Each year, thousands of school aged children in the US are taught “both sides of the climate change controversy,” with school boards in over a dozen states having passed policies categorizing climate change along with evolution and human cloning as “controversial science.” Join us for a panel discussion with leaders in the field of climate… Read more »

Tonight: Film, Presentation and Discussion on the Truth About GMO’s

Tonight: Film, Presentation and Discussion on the Truth About GMO's

California Right to Know Campaign invites you to experience a controversial, intriguing, and provocative movie, Scientist Under Attack… Read more », followed by discussion with Dr. Michelle Perro. The film reveals how the biotech industry has repeatedly blocked the original research conducted by world class scientists with gag orders, personal smear campaigns and even destruction of data.

Award Winning Documentary “YERT”, Thursday 3/15/12

Award Winning Documentary "YERT", Thursday 3/15/12

Join us for a screening of this feature length film, followed by discussion with the film’s producer and star, Mark Dixon! Called to action by a planet in peril, three friends hit the road – traveling with hope, humor, and all of their garbage – to explore every state in America (the good, the bad…and… Read more »

Exploring 7 Billion: Population, Inequities, and our Changing Climate, This Thurs. 2/23/12

Exploring 7 Billion: Population, Inequities, and our Changing Climate, This Thurs. 2/23/12

In late October, 2011, Earth became home to 7 billion people. For every one person alive at the turn of the 20th Century when many of our grandparents were children, there are now more than four. The world’s resources are not growing in step with humans. Our dramatic resource exploitation has profound implications for our… Read more »