Climate Café Series at Magazine Beach Park

Saturday, October 1 to Saturday, November 19
Participant discussion at a Climate Café

Advocacy & Empowerment Workshop for Young Adults

Saturday, October 1 • 2:00-4:00 pm

Passionate about climate action and wondering how you can get involved? Join this workshop to connect with like-minded college students & other young professionals. Discuss how to jump into action, find your climate action super power, and discover local volunteer opportunities to protect nature.

Free pizza and refreshments will be provided.

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Fighting Plastic Pollution Through Art & Activism

Sunday, October 16 • 3:00-5:00 pm

The climate crisis and plastic crisis are intertwined. Plastic is made of oil or natural gas, and carbon emissions from plastic plants are set to exceed those from coal by 2030. Art is one way to raise awareness, bring people together to find solutions, and foster a sense of hope and inspiration. Join an interactive conversation and brainstorming session about the connection between art and activism, and how to tackle single use plastic. Chat with local artists, Michelle Lougee and Cecily Miller, creators of the Magazine Beach Tapestry Project, and other climate conscious individuals.

Refreshments will be provided.

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Bringing Action into the Open (Space)

Sunday, November 6 • 2:00-4:00 pm

Join Lev McCarthy, Neighborhood Planner for the Cambridge Community Development Department, in a discussion about how parks and other open spaces play an important role in climate action. From storm water management to tree planting, bring your questions and ideas and leave feeling empowered to protect the nature of Cambridge.

Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

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Energy Efficiency at Home & in the Workplace

Saturday, November 19 • 3:00-5:00 pm

Join Mamadou Balde, Community Programs and Partnerships Manager of 'All in Energy', in a discussion about climate action through increasing energy efficiency and access to renewable energy, both at home and at work. Learn how you can conserve energy, help combat climate change, and make your home and community healthier through energy efficiency, renewable energy, and clean heating and cooling.

The Cambridge Energy Alliance (CEA) is a service provided by the City of Cambridge to help residents, businesses, and institutions become more energy efficient and access renewable energy services.

Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

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