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Sign our letter calling for University of North Carolina leaders to support their faculty against corporate harassment and intimidation. Academic freedom and the role of independent research is essential for researchers to study threats to health.
Time: 6 – 7:30 pm
Location: Himmel Library Meeting Room, 1035 N Treat Ave
What happens if the temperature hits 115 degrees for over a week? How can we prepare for and help prevent medical emergencies in extreme heat events? Who’s at risk?
Join us as we meet with neighborhood and civic leaders to explore these questions. This hands-on workshop will lead you through our “Group Conversation Packet” to prepare you to host conversations in your neighborhood. The process, developed by and for Tucsonans, is solution-based and provides additional resources. Topics include: how to increase your neighborhood cohesiveness; how to prevent heat-related medical emergencies and make life-saving necessities available; and how to prepare for a hotter future. We will begin with a short presentation on the science behind the prediction that the southwest will get hotter. During tonight’s special presentation, your valuable input will be solicited to help improve our program and materials.
Space is limited—please register. Email email@example.com.
Presenters include Joanie Sawyer, community activist, and Michael Ray, Limberlost Neighborhood Association President. Joanie and Michael are members of the Vulnerable Communities and Neighborhoods Working Group, an outcome of the 2013 Climate Smart Southwest regional conference held in Tucson, September 21, 2013 (see www.psr.org/azclimate).
This guide from PSR Arizona provides citizens of Southern Arizona with a comprehensive list of resources to help prepare for and build resilience in the face of extreme climate emergencies. It also provides information on how to help reduce and help stop further climate change. Read more »