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Envisioning Pathways for Equitable Sustainability Workshop: Resilience, Complexity, and Sustainabili

Together for Nature invites you to the next workshop of the Envisioning Pathways for Equitable Sustainability Workshops. This month, our speakers and participants will discuss the importance of advancing holistic approaches, practices, and solutions for Resilience, Complexity, and Sustainability. The workshop will take place on Tuesday, November 14th, 2023 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm CST via Zoom. You can register at bit.ly/equisust.


Our speakers include

  • Brian Matara, Kenya, Community Strategist and Climate Ambassador at ObbyPress Foundation

  • Sandra Dávila, USA, Educator and Community Organizer at Casa Michoacana

  • Tamika Wright, Jamaica, Geographer from University of the West Indies Mona

Every two months, Envisioning Pathways for Equitable Sustainability Workshops will bring together the community and sustainability leaders and organizers to discuss our shared visions and pathways for advancing equitable sustainability. Come to learn about local and regional efforts while connecting with your community! You can find more details below. We attached a flyer, and we would appreciate it if you could share it with your communities. Please reach out with any questions or if you are interested in presenting at future workshops. We hope to see you soon! In community, Together for Nature Envisioning Pathways for Equitable Sustainability Webinar Series Responding to the global threats of ecological degradation and climate change, sustainability is poised to transform social and ecological interconnections. Its solutions have the potential to change systemic feedbacks to empower and benefit all communities. However, there are many definitions for sustainability that lead to diverse goals and impacts across sectors. In some cases, sustainability is replicating disparities as it advances strategies that center the longevity of natural resources and resilience of current systems while ignoring disadvantaged communities. Community and diverse perspectives are needed in order to implement sustainability and ensure its equitable impacts. Together for Nature is organizing this workshop series for the community and with sustainability leaders and organizers to discuss our shared visions and pathways for how sustainability can uphold equity. There will be opportunities for participants to connect with each other and share solutions for equitable sustainability. Partners and Supporting Organizations: Casa Michoacana Manitou Creek Watershed Alliance Monarch PSG Monarchs, Milkweed, and More National HABs Team of Sierra Club ObbyPress Foundation



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