EPISODE 3: Resiliency in Times of Change webinar series Wednesday, May 13 at 12 PM Pacific Time
You’ve probably heard the term climate justice thrown around, but what does it really mean? In this latest webinar, Sierra Club BC campaigners Anjali Appadurai and Flossie Baker will explore how economic, social and climate justice overlap — and how protecting ecosystems is critical to the whole equation.
Join this candid conversation on Wednesday to discuss the unequal economic system that lies at the heart of the climate and ecological crisis, and its effects on our lives.
As always, every episode will be followed by a live Q&A so we can hear from you and keep this conversation going! You can also submit any questions you have in advance here.
About the Resiliency In Times of Change webinar series
Throughout this bi-weekly series, you’ll hear from the Sierra Club BC team and special guests as we reflect on our role during this moment of transformation. Covering everything fromthe connections between ecosystem and human health to climate justice, we’ll be diving deeper than ever into diverse community and nature-based stories.
Join us every other Wednesday at noon Pacific Time.
In this session, we'll be learning to draw marbled murrelets—an endangered seabird who depends on old-growth forests to thrive—with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Grab a pencil and join the fun!