Reimagining our relationships with all living beings
A free webinar for learners of all ages hosted by Sierra Club BC’s Education team
Friday, September 10, 2021, at 12:00 p.m. PT
Learners of all ages are invited to this webinar that will help us reimagine our relationships with all living beings. Ascher Goodman, Sierra Club BC’s environmental educator, and our lead organizer, Flossie Baker, will discuss the role science, community, culture and education can play in helping us embrace interconnections and deepen our understanding of those that live just outside our door.
Join us for a webinar on reimagining our relationships with all living beings on Friday, September 10 from 12:00-1:30 p.m.!
If you enjoy webinars and events for all ages that are organized by Sierra Club BC’s education team and would like to get more involved in the climate movement, please consider joining our action taker network for nurturers! Through this new engagement portal, you’ll be encouraged with easy directives on how you can help build a better future for all.
About the speakers
Ascher Goodman moved from Oregon to B.C. in 2015 to study Forestry at UBC. During their time there, they worked as a research assistant in diverse fields from the human dimensions of conservation to studies on plant pathogens. Ascher has also held many jobs in education, and is currently a part of the Sierra Club of BC Education Team! They love working with teens and believe that all education is a two-way street. Ascher is very excited to be working with grades 6-12 in the lower mainland talking about climate change and how we can make the world better for everyone!
Flossie Baker is Sierra Club BC’s lead organizer. Her passion is supporting different communities to engage in building a new story about the future we face. With a background in journalism and communications, Flossie is interested in how the narratives we create shape our imagination for action. She trained as a community organizer under the Industrial Areas Foundation, the oldest community organizing network in North America, and brings stories and lessons in organizing from the UK, the San Fransisco Bay Area, Victoria and Vancouver. She now focuses on building relationships with unions and faith traditions. She is based in East Vancouver.