The New Westminster Public Library, along with RegenerateBC (a new society dedicated to climate science education and headed up by some fantastic New Westminster educators) is launching a 5 week Climate Action Plan course. Starting March 7, participants will meet weekly to learn about climate science and to make an action plan for themselves, their family, their community, or to affect policy at any government level. Meeting folks where they are, this course caters to everyone from newcomers to climate science (are you making a plan to get their household to recycle more, or to reduce consumption), to folks who are already doing lots in their home and want to activate their community networks (could be where residents’ associations join together), to highly active folks who want to learn more about how to get policy changed at the government level.
We know that the climate emergency will require changes at all levels. Let’s work together as a community to make this happen!
Course runs Tuesday nights, March 7, 14, 21 and April 4 and 11, from 6:00-7:30. It takes place at the New Westminster Public Library in the Auditorium. The course is suitable for adults and teens and we encourage all folks who are interested to attend and bring a friend! The course is free but registration is required so we can plan the space and materials. Register by emailing email@example.com
Any questions can be forwarded to:
Caitlin MacRae (she/her/hers) MLIS
Librarian, Public Services
t: 604.636.3541 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org