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Note: This event has been rescheduled for August 26-27, 2020
The realities of climate change are being felt intensely in communities across the country, and the 2020 elections are poised to determine our fate. Advocacy is increasing, but opposition remains formidable. How can we make climate a winning issue in 2020, and make certain our leaders implement policies that ensure a healthy, just and prosperous future?
Join us at the 9th annual American Climate Leadership Summit (ACLS 2020) — AMBITION • RESTORATION • JUSTICE on August 26-27 in Washington, DC. It’s the nation’s largest and most diverse gathering of leaders dedicated to broadening and catalyzing action and advocacy for climate solutions. Learn strategies and ideas to help transform climate action into a true national priority. The agenda includes inspiring keynotes, thought-provoking information, immersive conversations, and collaborative sessions on accelerating efforts to restore our climate, raise ambition, convert our challenges into opportunities, and ensure that our pathways forward are centered on justice and equity.
ecoAmerica is pleased to offer a 35% discount to PSR members on the Summit Two Day Pass only. To receive this discount, select Physicians for Social Responsibility from the program partner list on the registration form. A discount code will appear which can be applied on the payment page.
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Greater Boston PSR (GBPSR) and International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) are honored to have again been selected as Community Partners for the 2020 season of the Longwood Symphony Orchestra’s (LSO) Healing Art of Music™ program. As Community Partners, we will be featured during an evening LSO concert at 8:00 PM on Saturday, October 3rd, 2020 at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall in Boston, with proceeds benefiting our organizations’ efforts to address the twin existential threats of nuclear war and climate change. The concert, as well as an exclusive reception and presentation beforehand at 5:30 PM in the NEC’s Williams Hall, will feature William J. Perry, the 19th U.S. Secretary of Defense, who has dealt with nuclear weapons firsthand, and at the highest level, and is now dedicating his life to their abolition.