April 22 Events and Video Recordings
We look forward to seeing you in 2024!
Plan a visit to New London Farm
Enjoy online some of the events and talks from the past:
People on the Margins Series:
Redlining's Impact on Environmental Justice (National Center for Civil and Human Rights National Panel: Charles Lee, Dr. Vivek Shandas, Cate Mingoya, Dr. Robert Nelson)
Earth Day Themed Events from the 50th anniversary in 2020:
Earth Day Live ... Watch the recordings viewed by millions of people around the world online in the three-day mobilization to stop the climate emergency (originally broadcast April 22-24).
Earth Optimism Digital Summit videos (previously broadcast April 22-26)
Earth X Events (with National Geographic) videos (previously broadcast April 22-24)
Development without Displacement Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable (originally broadcast May 1)
"Climate Change: What's Next?" Simons Foundation Webinar with Katherine Hayhoe (originally broadcast May 15)
Ongoing monthly events:
Green Reads Book Club monthly discussion (Contact Liza to register: email@example.com)
We are looking to reschedule the in-person Decatur Library events in celebration of Earth Day to the late summer/early fall. Stay tuned for those dates and times.
Former events (some recorded for later viewing):
April 7: Solve Climate by 2030 Power Dialog (see recording here)
April 16 Food Insecurity/Food Justice Talk by Natasha Dyer of City of Atlanta (recording at the link above from People on the Margins Series)
April 16-22 EarthX Conferences
April 17 12-2pm GPSEN's Sustainability Symposium
April 19 10:30am-12:30pm Andrew Revkin's COVID Weekly Cooldown Recharge Webcast (recording at link)
April 22 2-3:30pm Called to Act and Adapt: Faith-Based Climate Adaptation Town Hall
April 22-26 March for Science Earth Week events