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Climate Preparedness Week, 2021

Major Keynote Events for Climate Prep Week 2021

Virtual Panel Discussion: Impacts of Extreme Weather on Physical & Mental Health, Fossil Fuel Dependence, and Picturing a Clean Energy Future

SEPTEMBER 27TH, 2021 AT 6PM-7:30PM

CREW will be hosting a virtual panel discussion dialogue with several organizations regarding how extreme weather impacts humans' physical and mental health, New England's dependence on fossil fuels, its connection to climate change, what a clean energy future could look like, and political action that several groups are taking on behalf of their communities to mitigate climate change. 

Featured Presenters:  Climate Code Blue, Conservation Law Foundation, Green Roots Chelsea, Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation and Mattapan Food and Fitness.

Register HERE.



Why Trees Matter in a Changing Climate

Why Trees Matter in a Changing Climate Discussion: Sept. 28th, 6:30pm-7:30pm

A collaboration with Speak for the Trees and CREW to discuss the importance of urban forests to combat climate change impacts such as extreme heat. 

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The Effects of Climate Change on the Ocean and Human Well-Being: How Do We Respond?

SEPTEMBER 29TH, 2021 AT 5:30PM-7:00PM

This will be a two-part discussion. Dr. Aaron Hartmann will lead the discussion on why/how we can respond to the changing of the weather and how climate change affects the oceans, and CREW will lead the discussion on how climate change affects human beings.

Register HERE