How can Brooklynites confront the climate crisis? What needs to change, and how can we make sure that change will be equitable? Over three evenings thinkers and activists will share their ideas about the crisis and offer strategies for effective action.
Presented by 350 Brooklyn, an affiliate of 350.org that works locally to solve the climate crisis through education, organization, and direct action.
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- Climate Change: Cities and Solutions
What the eyes don't see : a story of crisis, resistance, and hope in an American cityHanna-Attisha, Mona
Extreme cities : the peril and promise of urban life in the age of climate changeDawson, Ashley, 1965-
The drowning of money island : a forgotten community's fight against the rising seas threatening coastal AmericaLewis, Andrew S., 1982- author.
A bright future : how some countries have solved climate change and the rest can followGoldstein, Joshua S., 1952- author.
The climate report : the National Climate Assessment--impacts, risks, and adaptation in the United StatesU.S. Global Change Research Program
The green New Deal : why the fossil fuel civilization will collapse by 2028, and the bold economic plan to save life on earthRifkin, Jeremy
Our history is the future : Standing Rock versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the long tradition of indigenous resistanceEstes, Nick