Danika Dinsmore gives talk on climate action

Pender Harbour Wildlife Society presents Danika Dinsmore, a writer, educator, and spoken word artist turned activist. She serves on the editorial staff of Reckoning, a literary journal of environmental justice, and on the board of the Cascadia Poetics LAB, co-producing this year’s Poetry in a Time of Climate Crisis. As affiliate coordinator for the Sunshine Coast Extinction Rebellion, she presents XR’s Talk, organizes non-violent direct action, and co-ordinates community building events with an eye toward resiliency.

Having recently completed Al Gore’s Climate Reality Leadership Corps (CRLC) Training, Dinsmore joins thousands of presenters around the globe sharing talks based on the latest rendition of Gore’s Inconvenient Truth. CRLC’s materials provide the most current information on the climate crisis and how to address it.

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Find out how you can take action on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. at the PH Secondary School on Highway 101. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. This is a free event. All are welcome. Raffle and refreshments included, plus there will be an Ada Priest painting as a special prize draw in honour of the society’s 40th year.  

More information at www.penderharbourwildlife.com

– Submitted by Carole Logtenberg

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