As BC broke more forest fire records than ever before in 2023 and climate troubles have been in the news throughout the world, an increasing number of people are experiencing climate anxiety. The climate crisis can feel too big to stop or even mitigate, but over 200 International scientific researchers say it is possible to do just that. There are currently available solutions to counter this crisis based on work of Project Drawdown and Project Regeneration. Hope lies in implementing these actions.
Did you know that two of the most powerful climate solutions occur in our kitchen more than in the cars we drive? Would changing cooking methods in a distant country actually help? How do you talk to people about the climate crisis?
Community members can join a 5-part facilitated interactive workshop series, exploring climate change solutions in more depth, and supporting participants in identifying, supporting, and initiating climate change solutions at the household, community, and policy levels.
These workshops will take place Saturdays at 10am, starting January 27th at Comox United Church, 250 Beach Dr., Comox and is hosted by SAGE (Sustainability Action Group for the Environment) and the Comox Valley Unitarian Justice Team Church. Pre-register by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Although there is no cost for this program, donations are gratefully accepted.