november, 2020

23nov6:30 pm8:00 pm350NM Speaker Series - Land Witness Project: Climate Stories from NMStories about families and traditions, land and water, doubt and worry, and love and commitment

Event Details

Welcome to The Land Witness Project. This project was begun with a desire to learn about the ways human-caused climate change is affecting our lands and people. Numerous scientific reports indicate New Mexico is one of the most climate change vulnerable states in the US. Some 97% of global climate scientists have been researching, reporting and sounding the alarm for decades. Graphs, charts and predictions, though essential, form only a partial understanding.

The Land Witness Project seeks to deepen scientific understanding with stories that clarify what is at stake for us as individuals and communities. They are stories about families and traditions, land and water, doubt and worry, and love and commitment. They express a living relationship to the land that seeks to protect and restore it. They are stories filled with positive action, along with concrete ideas for further, urgently needed action.

Land Witness accounts are expressed by New Mexicans of varied backgrounds and occupations. They all love this land deeply, and are keen observers of our diverse ecosystems. Each person has special ties to their particular region, and each is a steadfast defender, protector, leader, and educator on behalf of the land.

We invite you to listen and watch, read and reflect, engage and share. These stories illuminate climate change-related dangers and opportunities for all New Mexicans, now and into the future. Through the shared wisdom of these Land Witnesses, our hope is that that will move us all to take action locally.

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Mon, November 23, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
WhereOnline Zoom Meeting (map)

Zoom Meeting Link

Meeting ID: 823 0755 3865
Passcode: 845545

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