Presentation at the Flying Squirrel: Climate Disruption is Real, is Now, is Affecting All of Us.
When: Thursday, May 15th, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Where: the Flying Squirrel Community Space, 265 Clarissa St.
The Headlines in the New York Times on Wednesday, May 7th make it very clear:
Stop by the Flying Squirrel, 265 Clarissa Street for a provocative, stimulating presentation and talk on this very important topic.
Dr. George (Sandy) Lawrence is a retired physician from Bellingham, Washington who has studied, taught, and been active in the issues surrounding the state of our earth and the role that humans are playing in the disruption of the climate, something of which we are all increasingly aware. Dr. Lawrence is a graduate of Stanford University, Medical School at the University of Missouri at Columbia, and has maintained a Residency in Family Practice at the UC San Francisco. He has practiced for many years in both California and Washington.
Our children and grandchildren are going to live in a very different world than the one that we grew up in. At this point there is no doubt about this fact. We need to find out as much as we can about these changes and how they are going to affect everything about the life that we live. The state of our agriculture, weather extremes, heat, cold, drought, floods, hurricanes, sea level rise, migration of flora and fauna, these are only some of the many changes that are slowly happening right now. These effects are no longer speculation or “sometime in the future”, they are happening right now. What are the facts? What options do we face? How can we make a difference? Stop in on Thursday, May 15 at 7 p.m. for a discussion of this timely topic.