South Hill Library to host climate change series through October
SPOKANE, Wash. — The Spokane Public Library will be hosting a climate change series at its South Hill branch through the end of October.
The events range from documentaries to book discussions on topics like climate change denial, the ethics surrounding climate change, its impact on wildfires, and more.
Here’s a list of events:
Sunday, Sept. 22: Documentary on climate refugees
Monday, Sept. 30: Climate Change and Its Impact on Wildfires
Tuesday, Oct. 1: How Religious Faith Might Help Us Address Climate Change
Sunday, Oct. 6: The Cultural Psychology of Climate Change Denial
Monday, Oct. 7: Heating Up: The Ethics of Climate Change
Monday, Oct. 14: Heriloom Fruit Trees for the INW
Sunday, Oct. 27: Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Through Zero Waste Living
Sunday, Oct. 27: Book Discussion on the Uninhabitable Earth
For event times, CLICK HERE.
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