Parenting in the Age of Climate Change
Where: Brooklyn Public Library - Central Library
10 Grand Army Plaza
718-230-2100 Price: Free
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How do we talk to our children about climate change? How do we incorporate climate activism into the busy routine of parenting? How can we process our emotions in order to effectively respond to this threat? This event will bring together leaders in the climate movement who are tackling these sorts of questions for an important and engaging discussion. They will also provide concrete ideas and resources that parents can use to help build a greener future.
Nikki Crook, co-lead organizer of 350Brooklyn Families
Geraldine Anne Patrick Encina, scholar in residence at the Center for Earth Ethics and mother of Xiye Bastida, a leader of the youth climate movement Fridays for Future
Liat Olenick, elementary school science teacher, advocate for public schools and climate justice, and co-president of Indivisible Nation BK
Moderator: Tom Roderick, longtime educator, activist and writer, and former leader of Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility
Climate Wednesdays Fall Series:
11/20/19 Parenting In the Age of Climate Change
Climate Wednesdays will continue in 2020 with topics to be announced: February 12, March 18, April 15, and May 20.
Presented by 350 Brooklyn.