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LIVESTREAM! How to use Social Media to Drive Environmental Change – Climate Change
Sunday | May 03, 2020 | 11:00 am — 12:30 pm
Livestream Presentation | CA 94702
In response COVID-19, the Ecology Center is joining in the community efforts to keep everyone safe and healthy “How to us Social Media to Drive Environmental Change” will now be offered as an interactive livestream presentation!
In the second of her three Livestream workshop series, Jessica Jane Robinson will share, in-depth, the second part of her United Nations 68th Civil Society Conference presentation, “Why Zero Waste,” that she presented on August 28th, 2019. She will explain how she has leveraged 9 out of 17 United Nations Sustainable Development goals to address the global emergency of climate change.
Afterward, the workshop will learn how to quantify personal sustainable daily actions and create personal environmental goals on Jessica’s free non-profit carbon calculator website.
As the former Vice President and Board Director of the Northern California Recycling Association since 2013, Ms. Robinson will cover issues of climate change, the trashing of the planet, current environmental disasters, and how zero waste practices can be a robust tool community can leverage to make a difference today. Jessica will share social media and branding tools she has leveraged to make a difference within the City of Alameda, Bay Area and beyond.
Jessica Jane Robinson works with businesses, community organizations, school districts, and individuals on engagement projects that help achieve zero waste and climate protection goals. She is a former Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project Climate Leader and her rank by the organization is in the top 50 and top 1% for presenting 110 times to over 27,000 audience members from 2012-2019.
The final workshop of the series is coming up soon. Don’t forget to register!:
- May 10, 2020 – Become an Influencer of Change
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