The hard truth is that those who contribute the least to climate change will be impacted the most, exacerbating social injustices that many are already working hard to combat. Addressing climate change presents the opportunity to support these efforts head on, while fostering community-led solutions and economic development in historically disadvantaged communities.
We cordially invite you to join us for a day of conversation, workshops, and training with a diverse group of partners across sectors uniting under a common banner and working for social and climate justice.
This event is FREE. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided. Childcare and Spanish and Vietnamese translation will also be provided throughout the event.
To RSVP click here. http://climatespeakers.org/training-gulfport.php
Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise (ACRE) • Bold Louisiana • Center for Earth Ethics • Climate Speakers Network • Education, Economics, Environmental, Climate and Health Organization (EEECHO)
• Hijra House • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People • Mississippi Center for Justice • Mississippi Coalition for Vietnamese-American Fisher Folks and Family • North Gulfport Land Trust • STEPS Coalition • Turkey Creek Watershed Committee • US Human Rights Network