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Join us November 18th at 8 PM for a Virtual Discussion with United Nations Champion of the Earth, Climate Activist and Author Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, as she joins our community to discuss her new book “Saving Us”.

HCCReads aims to engage the residents of Halton in reading, listening to, and asking about Climate change while learning how we, as a community, can act to protect our planet. We are so excited to have a leader in her field join us to speak to our community about how we can take climate action to the next level.

Register for Let's Listen Live with Dr.Katharine Hayhoe

In Saving Us, Hayhoe argues that when it comes to changing hearts and minds, facts are only one part of the equation. We need to find shared values in order to connect our unique identities to collective action. Dr. Hayhoe’s book is a multilayered look at science, faith, and human psychology to give you the tools you need to start talking about climate. 

Get your copy in person or online at your local library, or at your local bookstore and learn from one of the top climate scientists in the world on how to talk about climate with your friends, co-workers, and family.  

Join the discussion on November 18th at 8pm by registering here: bit.ly/LetsListen2021

For more information: https://climatecollective.ca/hccreads/

Follow #HCCReads & @haltonclimate on twitter to follow the conversation.

“If we begin a conversation with something we agree on, rather than something we disagree on... that conversation starts off with so much potential and can end in an incredibly surprising place,”

Katharine Hayhoe, Saving Us 

Hey Halton students!Looking for 15 Volunteer Hours ?

Join the #HCCReads campaign Read+Watch+Ask questions to learn how to take climate action by reading and listening to climate champion Dr.Katharine Hayhoe.

To learn more and to register go to this link
 https:/bit.ly/VolunteerHCCreads
Volunteer with #HCCReads

 Thank you to our Supporters and Partners

New Blog Post by TakeActionBurlington
Climate Resilient Burlington: We Want to Hear From You!

The City of Burlington is developing Climate Resilient Burlington to plan for our projected warmer, wetter and wilder weather.

Take the Climate Resilient Burlington survey, which is available until Nov. 14, 2021. The survey, which will take less than 15 minutes to complete, is broken down into two components:

  1. The Vision and Principles
  2. Climate Change Impacts and Actions for Resiliency

Stay tuned to getinvolvedburlington.ca/crb for ongoing updates on the Climate Resilient Burlington project.

Join us for a FREE Screening of Youth Unstoppable with Live Q&A with Director/Star/Writer
Join November 10th at 7:30 for a Free Screening of Youth Unstoppable, then stay for a LIVE Q&A at 9 pm with Director, Writer & Star Slater Jewell-Kemker, Writer/Producer Dan Berkman and Katrine Handley-Derry from Halton Environmental Network.

You'll also be able to screen the film in advance and join the Q&A at 9 pm

Use HENOFFAcomp2021 for discounted ticket, get your tickets at  
https://offa.ca/youth-unstoppable/# 

Youth Unstoppable is a 2019 Canadian documentary film, directed by Slater Jewell-Kemker that portraits the rise of the global youth climate movement. Don't miss out! Come be a part of the conversation. 
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