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Nov
20th

Young Womxn’s Voices for Climate: Climate Change Theatre Action

Young Womxn’s Voices for Climate: Climate Change Theatre Action

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Wednesday, November 20, 4:30 - 5:30 PM
Old Main Chapel, CU Boulder, 1600 Pleasant St, Boulder

Nine young women will be performing two brief plays, It Starts With Me and The Butterfly that Persisted for the citizens of Boulder. Our city recently launched our city mobilization to revise our climate action plan. This event will help stir the pot deeply and encourage people to listen to various perspectives. The impact of climate on womxn will be highlighted as well as women's perspectives and concerns. Participatory activities will be facilitated by the young women to involve all in attendance in listening deeply to each other’s ideas, concerns, and perspectives.

Performers: Eliza Anderson, Lola D’Onofrio, Finny Guy, Olympia Kristl, Ting Lester, Uli Miller, Lerato Osnes, Leela Stoede, Sofie Wendell

Guides: Sarah Fahmy, Chelsea Hackett, Jeneé LeBlanc, Lianna Nixon, and Beth Osnes

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Wednesday, November 20, 4:30 - 5:30 PM
Old Main Chapel, CU Boulder, 1600 Pleasant St, Boulder

Nov
21st

Can Humans & Nature Coexist? The Fundamental Challenges and Opportunities of Sustainability and Climate Change

Boulder Faculty Climate Science and Education Committee Presents

DR. JAMES WHITE
University of Colorado Boulder
Dean of Arts & Sciences

Past Events


Trash the Runway Compositions

Trash the Runway: Compositions

Wednesday, May 8 at 4:30 PM

Museum of Natural History (Henderson), Paleontology Hall
1035 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80309 

Stand Up For Climate Change Comedy Event

An Experiment with Creative Climate Comedy

Thursday, April 25
at 7:00 pm
Old Main Auditorium
University of Colorado Boulder

Green Suits BVSD: Sustainability in Action - In and around Boulder Valley School District

A Boulder County youth photography project and exhibition

an exhibit of photographs from Boulder, Centaurus, Fairview, and Monarch High Schools and Casey and Manhattan Middle Schools

The Human Element Screening

The Human Element Film Screening

February 5, 2019 at 9:30am
Old Main Chapel, University of Colorado Boulder

Free and open to the public

Young People and Climate Change Communication

Monday, November 5
4 PM-5:15 PM*
SEEC Room C #120

Side by Side: Coexisting in the Built Environment

A Community Art & Science Event in Hygiene, Colorado
September 15, 2018

Drawdown, Act up!

‘Drawdown’ carbon to reverse global warming
‘Act Up’ through interactive games and skitsto activate top solutions

Boulder Book Store Event: Performance for Resilience by Beth Osnes

Boulder Book Store Presents
Beth Osnes
Thursday, January 25 at 7:30 PM

Community Engagement Coffee Hour: Beth Osnes Talks About ‘Praxis’ Makes Perfect

Climate Keys: Global Discussion, Local Innovation

Tuesday, November 14 at 7:30 PM

Grusin Hall, University of Colorado Boulder
Map to venue

Free admission

Featuring:

Green Suits Your City at CU Art Museum

Participatory Photography Project Exhibited at CU Art Museum Fall 2017

Opening Reception at CU Art Museum
Thursday, September 7, 5:00-7:00 PM

Stand Up for Climate Change: An Experiment With Creative Climate Comedy

Stand Up for Climate Change
An Experiment With Creative Climate Comedy

Friday, March 17
at 7:00 PM

Old Main Auditorium
University of Colorado Boulder

Performance for Resilience

Performance for Resilience
BoCo Strong and CU

StoryEarth: Bringing Story & Science of Earth Alive!

StoryEarth
Bringing Story & Science of Earth Alive!

More Than Scientists

More Than Scientists

lectures at the University of Navarra School of Communication (Pamplona, Spain)

Sol-Her Energ-He

Boulder youth spent the day with NCAR scientists, Paty Romero Lankao and Joshua Sperling, rehearsing and performing this musical that prepares youth to author original solutions for local resilience issues.  Beth Osnes created this performance to serve as an envelope for local issues in city planning for resilience.

illustration of a young man looking at a windmill

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba

What began as a book tie-in with a unit on Africa turned into something much more profound for a seventh grade class at Casey Middle School. Written by William Kamkwamba (co-authored by Bryan Mealer), The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind is the true story of Malawian-born Kamkwamba and his dream of building a windmill to provide electricity and running water for his village. Inspired by the story, students at Casey Middle School started a crowdfunding campaign and raised enough money to bring the author to speak in Boulder.

A poster detailing the career of Winona Laduke

Winona LaDuke, Indigenous Women Telling a New Story About Energy and Climate

Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabe) is an internationally acclaimed author, orator and activist. A graduate of Harvard and Antioch Universities with advanced degrees in rural economic development, LaDuke has devoted her life to protecting the lands and life ways of Native communities.

Promotional flyer detailing an event with Andrew Revkin

An Evening of Conversation and Music with 'climate communicator' Andrew Revkin

Join us for an interview with noted environmental writer, Andrew Revkin. Afterwards enjoy a live performance of Revkin's original music that he will perform from his recently released album. His final piece, Liberating Carbon, will be accompanied by a live shadow play performance. A perfect evening out for all ages.

women from the international women's day in tuba city, arizona posing for a photo smiling

International Women's Day

Beth Osnes will be facilitating a session with participants in the Navajo Women's Energy Project recording views and stories for their MWEP radio show for Native Voice 1. The session will include a range of Navajo women and supporters who want to deeply consider how women can help usher in a clean energy future for the Navajo Nation.

woman and man talking in an interview format in front of camera

Lens on Climate Change

Sudent teams from around the state will meet up in Old Main Chapel Thursday, 12:30 pm, to present short videos they produced about climate and environmental changes in their communities.

Climate Wise Women

Women who see high tides destroy their food supply and submerge their homes. Women who watch a merciless cycle of unprecedented floods followed by droughts drown their children, wash away their livelihood, and then suck their crops dry again. Women who pick up the pieces, improvise solutions and, facing their very survival, carve out unconventional paths to leadership.