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February 2018

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02/01/2018 Transition Berkeley Film: Call of the ForestĀ 

Thursday, Feb. 1, 6:30 PM

Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Hall
1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley www.bfuu.org

Transition Berkeley invites you a potluck dinner and film marking our seventh anniversary! Come help us celebrate and bring your visions for Transition Berkeleys future. How can we best inspire our community to action?
The beautiful film CALL of the FOREST  The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees, features scientist and author Diana Beresford-Kroeger a renowned world visionary. She takes us on a journey from the sacred sugi and cedar forests of Japan to the great boreal forest of Canada explaining the legacy of old growth forests and their role in protecting and feeding the planet. She shows us that when we improve our profound connection to woodlands we can restore our spirit, our health and our planet.The film is provided courtesy of Alisa Rose Seidlitz and Stephanie Thomas.
Please bring a vegetarian plastic free dish to share for the potluck dinner at 6:30.

Sponsored by Transition Berkeley and BFUU Social Justice Committee.

For more info: info@transitionberkeley.com

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02/13/2018 San Francisco Tomorrow presents another panel discussion with Q&A:

Climate Action in The City, part 2: Pushing the Envelope

Beyond education to action!

Climate change is an urgent and ever-increasing threat, especially to the most vulnerable populations. As the current administration continues its lies, distractions and vicious policies, what can we in San Francisco do? With an existing group or campaign, or on your own,action is the antidote to despair. Panel participants:

Hunter Cutting, Sierra Club SF Group
Elena Engel & David Shearn, 350 Bay Area & 350 SF
Debbie Raphael, Director, SF Department of the Environment
Moderator: Jennifer Clary, President, SF Tomorrow


Tuesday, February 13th, 7 to 9pm
Mission District Police Station Community Room
630 Valencia @ 17th St
San Francisco 94110

For more info: http://www.sftomorrow.org/ and Facebook page
02/13/2018

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2018 - 7:00 PM

Carl Pope, Former Executive Director of the Sierra Club & Author of Climate of Hope

Cubberley Community Theatre
4000 Middlefield Road (near Montrose & Middlefield), Palo Alto

Price:
General: $15 Members; $25 Non-Members
Premium: $40 Members; $50 Non-Members
Students: $8 (with valid ID)

Carl Pope is a veteran leader in the environmental movement and spent nearly 20 years as the executive director of the Sierra Club. He offers an optimistic look at the challenges of climate change, the solutions that hold the greatest promise and the practical steps that are necessary to achieve them. Pope also highlights the contributions and bold actions that cities, businesses and citizens are making to reshape and jump-start a new type of conversation about climate change.

https://www.commonwealthclub.org/events/2018-02-13/carl-pope-climate-hope
02/18/2018 The Crisis At KPFA & The Pacifica Network:Making Sausage Democracy

Sunday, Feb. 18, 6:30 PM

Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Hall
1924 Cedar (@Bonita), Berkeley www.bfuu.org

KPFA and Pacifica have recently been threatened with bankruptcy and the possible closure of the stations and network. The financial crisis at Pacifica has been ongoing for many years. This forum will look at the present crisis and the views of those who want bankruptcy or a loan. It will also discuss the failure of Pacifica and the stations to bring new listeners, become a multi-media platform, and meet the needs of millions of people who want a vibrant national and international alternative media - a media network that would provide a voice to counter the growing rise of racism, fascism, xenophobia, sexism and the threat of world war with the bashing of Russia, North Korea, Venezuela and China.
Speakers:
Maria Gilardin, TUC Radio
Frank Sterling, KPFA Apprentice Program & Full Circle
Jeff Blankfort, Founder of Save KPFA and Host of Host KZYX&Z Takes on The World 90.7, 91.5
Janet Kobren, KPFA LSB and former Pacific National Board Member
Steve Zeltzer, KPFA WorkWeek Radio and KPFA LSB Staff Representative
Pedro Reyes, KPFA Host of Setting The Standard and Late Night Hype

Sponsored by KPFA WorkWeek and the BFUU Social Justice Committee
For further information, call(415)282-1908

Suggested Donation: $5  20 to cover event costs. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Wheelchair accessible.

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