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Friday at a glance...
COOKING TODAY: The Forge Garden pressents the winners of the tUrn week cooking challenge at 4pm...see below.
COUNTING TODAY | tUrn end-of-week Challenge: Count the number of tUrn events you attended and email:
- the total number and list of those events to tUrnproject@scu.edu
- with a quote about what you got out of tUrn week.
- with a picture of yourself (optional)
- whether you also did TREE TRACKER, ENERGY AUDIT or COOKING CHALLENGE too
Attendees with the highest number of tUrn events attended, or the highest number of challenges taken, or the best reflection on the week will be featured in social media posts for tUrn. Thank you and we hope to feature you in our post!
tUrn 101: need an orientation to the day or week?
Drop in for daily inspirations & info on Friday's and Saturday's HEADLINERS with tUrn intUrn Emily Pachaud.
IMMIGRANT IMAGINATIONS, UNDOCUMENTED UNDERSTANDINGS: Climate Action from the Perspective of Multiple Interconnected Worlds
Moderated by Grace Lin-Cereghino '21 | Bryan Altamirano-Gopal '21 | Gina Chavez '21
Join the Undocumented Students and Allies Association for supportive story-sharing and an empowering discussion on the intersections of climate justice and migration justice.
SEEDS OF OUR ANCESTORS: Food is our Relative
Moderated by Catherine Moore '20
Catherine Moore is the founder and on the board of SCU’s Native American Coalition for Change. This video screening features and honors Indigenous Activist Winona LaDuc explaining the precarity of seeds, how to see food as family, and how to restore right relationships.
THE FUTURE WE WANT TO CREATE: Inaugural tUrn ASGSCU State of the Crisis Address
Featuring Santa Clara University’s Student Body President & Vice-President Ciara Moezidis & Ann Codiga who will share their personal stories and perspectives on the climate crisis and welcome all participants to their new part-time job of climate activism for all!
DON’T GO IT ALONE…Get with the Group and find climate action organizations and communities to join
This hour is moderated byEmily Pachaud and Sarah Neil, two members of SCU's GREEN Team, an official student club partner of tUrn.
Jump-start your part-time job as a climate activist today! Drop-in during this hour to join breakout rooms of your choice and learn what SCU clubs and Bay Area groups are doing to change the world. Featuring short presentations from Climate Reality Santa Clara County Chapter, GREEN Team at SCU, Sunrise at SCU, Zarella, & 350.org Silicon Valley. Helpful guidance about finding the organization that is right for you to begin your part-time job as a climate leader and help make a u-turn for yourselves, others and the planet!
CLIMATE REALITY'S MISSION IS TO CATALYZE A GLOBAL SOLUTION TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS BY MAKING URGENT ACTION A NECESSITY ACROSS EVERY SECTOR OF SOCIETY.
The Earth is facing a climate crisis, driven by fossil fuels.
At Climate Reality, we’re here to make urgent action a necessity. In politics. In business. In every aspect of our lives. Everywhere.
Urgent action to cut greenhouse gas emissions and speed the global shift to renewables. Urgent action to halt the Trump Administration’s radical fossil fuel agenda. Urgent action to make world leaders strengthen and honor their Paris Agreement commitments.
Led by former US Vice President Al Gore and CEO and President Ken Berlin, we do it by empowering everyday people to become activists, equipped with the tools, training, and network to fight for solutions and drive change planet-wide.
The result is over 21,000 Climate Reality Leaders mobilizing communities in 154 countries. Branches in 10 critical nations and regions around the Earth. 130 activist chapters (and growing) pushing for practical clean energy policies across the US.
Together, they add up to a powerful movement growing by the day. One by the people. Of the people. For the planet. Join us.
G R E E N T e a m S C U
Moderated by Edie O'Connor | Emily Pachoud SCU's environmentally-minded club is looking out for food waste, energy use, pollution, overconsumption and the climate crisis. Learn who they are and how to join!
Sunrise is a youth movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process. We’re building an army of young people to make climate change an urgent priority across America, end the corrupting influence of fossil fuel executives on our politics, and elect leaders who stand up for the health and wellbeing of all people.
350.org is an international movement of ordinary people working to end the age of fossil fuels and build a world of community-led renewable energy for all.
The mission of Zarella is to eliminate harmful consumption by creating a convenient, responsible alternative.
Our presentation will explain how our platform, Zarella, makes it easy to shop for ethically and sustainably sourced goods. starting with clothing, we explore the impacts of fast fashion and the powerful impacts that come from converting your purchases (and how they can turn into sandwiches!). Learn how to use our tool for your everyday life and meet the team to see if you'd want to help out!
5 Groups in 60 minutes:
COOK FOR THE PLANET: The Forge Garden + tUrn
Moderated by Katharine Rondthaler
Join the Forge Garden to learn how to cook and eat sustainably. In this workshop, we will share tips for sourcing seasonal, local produce on a college student budget, discuss labeling and ideas for reducing our waste in the kitchen. Students from The Forge Garden conduct a live cooking demo. Additionally, we will announce the winners of the week-long Cooking Challenge!
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t U r n T U N E – U P: Take an hour or two between 8AM-3PM for your own self-guided “tuning in.”
Meditation/Prayer/Hiking/Biking/Listening to Music/Writing/Reading/Contemplation…whatever helps you center, ponder, commune or process the week’s events you experienced.
Meet at 3pm on Zoom with coffee/tea/beverage of your choice for small group reflection and sharing.