Climate anxiety

Thursday October 27, 12:30-1:30pm
At Studium Generale, The Little Theater in the Pirate Union Building (PUB)
at Peninsula College, Port Angeles campus and on Zoom

Presented by: Melanie Greer

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Many people are experiencing a wide range of responses to how climate change is affecting our communities and our lives. This presentation will introduce a common language and knowledge about the range of reactions people are reporting and strategies to take towards personal and community resilience.

About the Presenter
Melanie has a MA in Environment and Community and has been working with WSU Extension as the 4-H Program Coordinator for about four years. She knows that building a stronger, more resilient community is a key factor in improving the environment and all of our lives. She enjoys empowering youth to create the kind of community they want to live in. She has completed the Path to Becoming Trauma Informed certification from the WSU Child and Family Research Unit and uses this to help inform community building efforts.

Melanie Greer

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