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SEPTEMBER 1, 2023
The Climate Conversation:
MEDIA'S IMPACT ON CIVIC ACTION
Fighting Climate Change with a Fork
Our fork is the greatest weapon against climate change. So says Nora LaTorre, CEO of Eat REAL. Nora is a food systems expert and sustainability leader who's on a mission to make our next generation healthier. Joining her is Sonia Hunt, an author and health and wellness expert.
We're excited to hear Nora's take on rethinking agriculture, changing policies and taking daily action with our forks can draw down carbon buildup.
First Friday Series 'No Miracles Needed' Webinar Recording with Mark Z. Jacobson and Ken Cook | March 3rd, 2023
No Miracles Needed
On March 3rd, the Samuel Lawrence Foundation hosted a thought-provoking webinar with environmental leaders Mark Jacobson and Ken Cook. Jacobson discussed his groundbreaking book "No Miracles Needed: How Today's Technology Can Save Our Climate and Clean Our Air," with over 11k live viewers and nearly 30k Twitter views so far. Click the button below to learn more, watch the recording, read the transcript, buy the book, and pre-register for the next First Friday Webinar April 7th with Professor Brian Toon and Dr. Paul Dorfman.
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NUCLEAR SAFETY ISSUES
A primary focus of the Samuel Lawrence Foundation is the environmental threat arising from nuclear waste.
The Samuel Lawrence Foundation connects local and international environmental groups to address the most pressing issues facing our nation and the world.
Whether advocating for safer storage of nuclear waste, teaching about environmental hazards, or promoting environmental justice, we encourage collaboration and innovation.
Join the Samuel Lawrence Foundation for our monthly First Fridays Webinar Series, featuring expert speakers and thought-provoking discussions on some of the most pressing environmental issues of our time.
On March 3rd, we hosted a webinar with environmental leaders Mark Jacobson and Ken Cook, discussing Jacobson's groundbreaking book "No Miracles Needed: How Today's Technology Can Save Our Climate and Clean Our Air." The webinar attracted over 11k live viewers and nearly 30k Twitter views so far.
Don't miss our next First Fridays webinar on April 7th at 11:30 am PST / 2:30 pm EST, featuring renowned atmospheric scientist, Professor Brian Toon, in a Zoom webinar titled "Nuclear Winter: The Environmental Consequences of a Nuclear Exchange." The event will be moderated by Dr. Paul Dorfman, Chair of Nuclear Consulting Group and Research Fellow at SPRU University of Sussex, UK.
Register now to join us live on Zoom, or watch the livestream on YouTube or Twitter. Can't make it? Register anyway to receive the recording after the event.
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