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Climate Preparedness Week, 2021

WHAT IS CLIMATE PREP WEEK ALL ABOUT?

WHAT IS CLIMATE PREPAREDNESS WEEK?

During September 21–30 each year, we mark Climate Preparedness Week, dedicated to learning, service, and actions that better prepare our communities for extreme weather events. By coming together to host events, we provide the resources and space to think about the ways that climate change disadvantages some communities more than others. 

THEME: THE WEATHER IS CHANGING: ARE YOU PREPARED?

By coming together to host educational and service-oriented events, we can equip ourselves and our communities with the resources, tools, and mindsets to build resilience in the face of changing weather and our changing climate. Explore how severe weather and climate change affects us all--locally, globally, publicly, and personally. Gain understanding about how the impacts of climate change and extreme weather intersect with racial, social, and economic justice and how we can respond to these changes from the ground up and the top down. 

About the organizers, CREW (Communities Responding to Extreme Weather)

CREW is being incubated by the federally registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit Better Future Project, Inc.

Read about CREW's work and mission HERE.