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Climate Action Forum

  • Grass Valley Vets Hall 255 South Auburn Street Grass Valley, CA, 95945 United States (map)

Join us for Indivisible Women Nevada County's


Saturday, April 13th, 1:00 - 4:00pm

Doors open at 12:30pm
Grass Valley Vets Hall
255 South Auburn Street, Grass Valley

Join us for an Educational Forum to explore climate change action and learn more about:
▪ Green New Deal - so what's the deal?
▪ Carbon sequestration through smart land use
▪ Forest and watershed health
▪ Solar, wind, and other green technologies
▪ Green economic drivers and job creators

Featuring Key Note Speaker

Kate Gordon
OPR Director

Kate Gordon is a nationally recognized expert on the intersection of climate change, energy, and economic development. Gordon was appointed Director of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research by Governor Gavin Newsom on January 7, 2019. Gordon serves as the Governor's senior advisor on climate. Gordon has worked on a variety of economic development and social justice issues for over 15 years, and is regarded as a leader in the national “green jobs” movement.

Hear From Experts in the Climate Action Field

  • Caleb Dardick - local writer and community organizer

  • Malaika Bishop - Co-Director of Sierra Harvest, local food justice expert

  • Rachel Hutchinson - River Science Director at SYRCL

  • Faerthen Felix - Assistant Manager, UC Berkeley Sagehen Creek Field Station

  • Jeff Brown - Director, UC Berkeley Sagehen Creek Field Station

  • Martin Webb - local solar expert, host of KVMR radio show “The Energy Report”

  • Tom Ivy - Plumbing & Green Construction expert, Grass Valley Planning Commission

  • Debra Little - local home performance & valuation specialist

  • Steven Marquardt - Coordinator, Chico Sunrise Movement Hub

  • Maggie Scarpa - CSU Sustainability Program, Education & Outreach Coordinator

  • Shelly Covert - Spokesperson, Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe

  • Kipchoge Spencer - local climate change researcher and transportation entrepreneur

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All are welcome!
$10 donation accepted
Please bring your reusable water bottle

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