Oct 13, 2019
  • Oct 13, 2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm
  • Location: Great Barrington, Massachusetts, USA
  • Latest Activity: May 22

An intergenerational gathering to share and discuss Deep Adaptation to climate disruption, hosted by Bard College at Simon's Rock professor Jennifer Browdy, with the participation of many local community organizations, including the Alliance for a Viable Future, South Berkshire Climate Change & Consciousness Hub and Living the Change Berkshires. 

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  • Dear Jennifer Browdy,  I’m part of a study group in Carrboro, NC, which is involved in studying DA, Macy, etc, and participating in Holding Actions.  I was wondering if it would be appropriate for one of our members to attend.  We are not a big group, but we are all members of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.   We encourage the formation of small DA type groups.

     Also, I’d like to know what the cost is. 

    Thank you 

    Margaret Herring

    Carrboro, NC 

  • Hello - thank you this looks great - will it be possible to take part or watch things remotely?

    • Possibly, Simone; if we can make it available for remote participation, we will. Thanks for your interest!

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