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List of 15 upcoming events for Sep 2014

Ecological Handprints

Thursday September 18 • 12:00pm lecture
Rocky Rohwedder, Ph.D., Professor, ENSP Ecological Handprints are ecologically-sound means for combating poverty. Based on his TEDx talk, Professor Rohwedder will present a range of projects from around the world that lift humanity while lowering our ecological footprint.

People's Climate March

Sunday September 21 • 1:00am activity
9/21/14 NYC: All Day Event Get Plugged in at: http://peoplesclimate.org/march/?r=350

Tour of the Santa Rosa Material Recovery Facility

Tuesday September 23 • 12:00pm activity
Tour of the Santa Rosa Material Recovery Facility http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/ae/Material_recovery_facility_2004-03-24.jpg Ever wonder what happens to the trash and recycling once it goes in your black and blue bin? Or perhaps you've wondered what materials are recyclable vs. what items should go in the trash. If you've had any of these conundrums, sign up for the tour of the material recovery facility! Tuesday September 23rd , 12-1pm Space is limited to first 30 people that RSVP. Click here to reserve your spot.

Sustainability Mixer at Aqus Cafe

Tuesday September 23 • 7:00pm activity
Sustainability Mixer is an after work forum to discuss solutions, presented by World Centric and Aqus Community at the Aqus Cafe in Petaluma. September Topic: Sustainable Housing The unique culture of Sonoma County is a result of a diverse population of farmers, food and wine producers, small business owners, and artisans, amongst others. As housing costs continue to rise, how can we expand the options available for affordable housing so that we can maintain our diverse population and the culture that makes Sonoma County such an wonderful, community-oriented place to live? A panel of experts from across real estate, economic development and co-housing will be on hand to share their perspectives. We invite you to join us for this solutions-oriented dialogue.

Helping Communities Embrace Sustainability

Thursday September 25 • 12:00pm lecture
Cyane Dandridge, Executive Director, Strategic Energy Innovations By educating youth, engaging government agencies around policy and systemic change, and creating new job opportunities, we can — through innovation, education and implementation — dramatically shift our climate crisis.