NAZCCA Events & Co-Sponsored Events
Saturday, October 31st, 10am-3pm - Flagstaff ShoeStrike for Climate Justice
Thursday, November 5th, 5:15pm - Sedona Volunteer Mixer
Join NAZCCA volunteers for a virtual social collaboration and volunteer strategy session to discuss local updates and climate action in our community. Invite your friends! We seek to share information, plan climate activism events, empower, and encourage engagement and volunteerism in Sedona! More Information & Zoom Link
Thursday, November 12th, 6:30pm-8pm What’s Next?? Post 2020 Election: New Leadership Can Make the Difference for Climate Action!
On behalf of Northern AZ Climate Change Alliance Dr. Gary Beverly will be speak and facilitate a discussion about what we are facing after the election as it pertains to environmental policy and climate action at local, state and national levels. Depending on the results of the election, Arizona may be headed toward a renewable, sustainable future! We need leaders that will listen to the people and protect our water and willing to forecast the potential risk of drought and extreme fire danger in our communities. We are honored to have Gary as a partner in our work and delighted he agreed to be a guest speaker at the November general meeting for the Yavapai County Democratic Party.
To receive the registration link please email Kari Hull and she will make sure you get the information you need to join this special event! firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, November 17th, 6pm - Understanding How Climate Change is Simultaneously a Global and Local Phenomenon, and Everyone's and No One's Problem - Ted Martinez
How we think about and discuss climate change with others is possibly more important than what we do with our individual actions. Research shows that Americans are not comfortable talking about and discussing climate change or climate change solutions, in part because it is still such a polarizing issue. Understanding how climate change is an example of a hyperobject and a teleconnection, gives great insight into why climate deniers fail to perceive climate change and why they focus on the arguments they do.
Sunday, November 22nd, 3pm - NAZCCA Movie Club Discussion Group
Join us for NAZCCA Movie Club! This is a great way for our community to connect and for you to invite new people to join us! We plan to select films that represent our biggest global climate challenges. The challenge to you is to invite someone new. It is so important that we expand our outreach and introduce new people to NAZCCA. As part of the solution we can educate and connect people with local climate action and groups.
Watch Netflix movie trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64R2MYUt394
Wednesday, December 2nd, 6pm - Climate Change's Impacts on Human Health - Katherine Allen
An overview of climate change's impacts on human health, along with suggestions for preparation and action. Katherine Allen grew up in Venezuela, Colombia, Australia, and Hong Kong. After college graduation, she served for 2 years in the Peace Corps, teaching science at Mhlatane High School, eSwatini, Southern Africa. She earned her M.P.H. in Health Education, Health Communication, and International Health from Tulane University's School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She currently teaches health sciences at NAU, including creating and teaching a health and climate change course.
Events from Partner Organizations
We would love to hear from you! Reach out to your community organizer if you have any questions, want to find out ways to become more involved, or would like to join one of our Climate Action Teams! #PeoplePower #Grassroots #Organize
Kari Hull (West Region: Prescott, Cottonwood): email@example.com
Jenna Ortega (East Region: Flagstaff, Sedona): firstname.lastname@example.org