With our air, water, land, and climate threatened as never before, now is the time for those who desire a better future to work together.
This is our listing of educational, social, and political events related to the environment that are taking place in the Grand Traverse region. To have your event listed, please send an email to email@example.com that includes:
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Join us in the Horizon Books cafe, downtown TC next Monday (7–9pm, Nov. 18, FREE) for a discussion of Bill McKibben's latest book, Falter. It's a provocative and wide-ranging read that touches on climate change, artificial intelligence, genetic engineering and our need to think far more deeply about technology and its effects on our humanity.
Discussion moderator is Michigan global-warming thought leader Kate Madigan, director of the Michigan Climate Action Network.
Even if you have not read the book, you will enjoy the conversation and are welcome to add your thoughts! See you there! Falter is the 2019 book selection for the Bob Russell Resilience Reading Project.
Clearwater Sierra Club is planning on having a conversation café on Climate Change at our Dec. meeting—Wed. Dec. 4, at Horizon Books, 7 p.m.
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Our 32nd Annual Environmentalist of the Year Awards & Celebration on April 24 is the premier environmental celebration in northern Michigan.
This year's guest speaker will be Brian Newland, the Tribal Chairman of the Bay Mills Chippewa and Ottawa Tribes.
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There will be music, food and a celebration of our past leaders and accomplishments
Free event, open to the public
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