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tUrn HEADLINERS take a look at climate crisis from various academic, disciplinary and practitioner perspectives and help develop an awareness of the issues and possibilities for drawing down global warming and bringing all species, cultures and the whole human family along as we do it.

RSVPs for some headliners open Oct 1.

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY
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OCTOBER 14 MONDAY

Master Basketweaver Linda Yamane, Rumsian Ohlone Native and Chase Iron Eyes, Member Ogalala Sioux, Attorney and Standing Rock Activist

4-6:30 PM

deSAISSET MUSEUM

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JOURNEY into ECOLOGICAL CONVERSATION
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OCTOBER 15 TUESDAY

Laudato Si' and our journey into ecological conversation. Brownbag lunch at Miller Center 

Limited seating. RSVP: Keith Warner kwarner@scu.edu

12:10-12:55 (sharp) 

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GLOBAL WARMING DEMYSTIFIED
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OCTOBER 15 TUESDAY

Screening of Film by Astrophysicist Jeffrey Bennett.

Student-led discussion.

4 – 5:25 PM DALY SCIENCE 207

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AMAZON + SYNOD + CLIMATE CRISIS
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OCTOBER 15 TUESDAY

Screening of documentary The Amazon, the End of Infinity & discussion

6:45 PM Jesuit School of Theology

 

 

GREEN NEW DEAL
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OCTOBER 15 TUESDAY

Can’t make the world a more just and humane place if there is no world. 

7 PM MUSIC RECITAL HALL at Franklin & Lafayette Streets

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LAUDATO SI’ UNDER A TREE…
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OCTOBER 16 WEDNESDAY

A 12-hour reading of Care for our Common Home - by Pope Francis 

10 AM – 10 PM St. Ignatius Lawn between Walsh Administration and Kenna

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POINT OF NO RETURN
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OCTOBER 16 WEDNESDAY

 A FILM by NOEL DOCKSTADER and QUINN KANALY, USA, 2017

3:30-4:45 PM  Bergin Hall 116

 

WHO PAYS? ENVIRONMENTAL IN/JUSTICE
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OCTOBER 17 THURSDAY

Christopher Bacon (Environmental Studies & Sciences) and Switzer Prize Awardee Déjà Thomas

12:15 PM   STUDIO A  MUSIC & DANCE BLDG. at Franklin & Lafayette

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NUDGING TOWARD 100% RENEWABLES
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OCTOBER 17 THURSDAY

The Equinix journey with Brian Thomas - Former Chief of Staff, Office of the CEO at Equinix

4 PM   Weigand Room Arts & Sciences Vari Hall

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SUSTFEST 2019
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OCTOBER 18 FRIDAY

Center for Sustainability’s annual vendor fair!

10 AM – 2 PM | Alameda Lawn

(in front of library)

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SUNRISE & DEALING GREEN
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OCTOBER 18 FRIDAY

Learn about SUNRISE SANTA CLARA chapter, Green New Deal, Romero Institute and Get Your Money STAMPED!

10 AM – 2 PM | Alameda Lawn

(in front of library)

 

STORIES & STRAWBERRIES
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OCTOBER 18 FRIDAY

Child Studies Students look at the climate crisis from the child’s perspective.

2:15 PM – 3:20 PM   after SUST FEST  | Alameda Lawn (in front of library)

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HARVEST FESTIVAL in the FORGE GARDEN
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OCTOBER 18 FRIDAY

tUrn up to celebrate the future of food and fellowship in the organic demonstration garden of delights

4:30 – 6:30 PM   FORGE GARDEN | Benton and Sherman Streets

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NO ORDINARY LAWSUIT
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OCTOBER 24 THURSDAY

Juliana v United States: Youth file suit for their constitutional rights to a future

2:40 – 4 PM   

LAW SCHOOL | CHARNEY HALL 103

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SEASON OF CREATION & CARE
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OCTOBER 24 THURSDAY

Screening of ON WATER followed by a presentation/discussion with Professor Teresia Hinga.

5:45 PM  FORGE GARDEN | Benton and Sherman Streets

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