My First Climate Reality Presentation Gets Written Up in Cerritos College’s Talon Marks

Talon Marks — the student newspaper of Cerritos College — did a nice little write-up about my very first Climate Reality presentation, which I did on their campus back in November. You can read the article here.

As I’ve previously mentioned in a post for my Patheos blog, I am a trained and certified Climate Leader with Former Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality Leadership Corps. As a certified Climate Leader, I’m charged to go forth and present on climate change to various groups and communities. I’ve decided that I would like to make Buddhist communities a special focus of mine in this regard. As a Climate Leader, it is my hope that by offering presentations with the best and most up-to-date information on the climate reality I might help others in the Buddhist community and elsewhere get started and discern their best ways of responding.

If you live in the Los Angeles area and would like me to come talk to your sangha/community/organization about climate change, request a presentation at my page on Climate Reality’s site and I’ll come talk to you. When I’m traveling and available to give presentations in other places that I find myself, I will make that known on this website. (I’d also certainly consider coming to you wherever you are, but that will depend on my availability and you will have to cover my travel expenses.)

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One thought on “My First Climate Reality Presentation Gets Written Up in Cerritos College’s Talon Marks

  1. Glad your doing it, but also sad you’re doing it, because it means it has to be done. Sad Al Gore has to get involved to, for similar reasons. Or, on a tangent from that, it’s also sad that people and policy makers listen to money rather than science.

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