APRIL 20 tUrn 101: Intro to tUrn 8 AM—8:20 AM
MONDAY 8:00—8:20 AM & EVERY MORNING of tUrn WEEK
tUrn 101: Orientation to tUrn & today's featured HEADLINERS
Get warmed up for the week, see friends and colleagues,
and hear a quick summary of the day's headliners...
Bring your coffee/tea and questions!
APRIL 20 BEING SEEN & HEARD: Indigenous and Youth Activism . 9:15 AM | 10:30 AM | 1:00 PM
MONDAY . 9:15 AM–10:20 AM | 10:30 AM–11:35 AM | 1:00 PM–2:05 PM
BEING SEEN & HEARD: Indigenous and Youth Activism
Get inspired by these amazing leaders, artists, seers.
Sessions feature screenings of talks by Indigenous and Youth Activists leveraging voice for a climate in peril.
Same session offered at three times: 9:15, 10:30 & 1:00.
(Note: There is an 11:45 AM session on JUST TRANSITIONS with Prof. Rafael and Prof. Maurer. Check out their headliner on climate justice if you are looking for a session at 11:45 on Monday. )
still from video "WHY?" with Acosia Red Elk and Supaman
Christian Parrish Takes The Gun, aka Supaman, is an Apsáalooke rapper and fancy dancer who was born in Seattle Washington and grew up in Crow Agency, Montana.
His collaborator is Acosia Red Elk, or Young Swan Rising From the Water, who is a jingle dress dancer from the
Umatilla people and a descendant of Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt.
An opening song-dance-prayer asking WHY?
APRIL 20 JUST TRANSITION: How Can We Work for Climate Justice? 11:45 AM–12:45 PM
JUST TRANSITION: How Can We Work for Climate Justice?
Professors Chad Raphael (SCU Communication) and Ed Maurer (SCU Civil, Environmental & Sustainable Engineering), members of the Initiative on Environmental Justice and the Common Good, and co-facilitators of the tUrn Climate Crisis Research Group, discuss climate justice, community-based participatory research, and how we could apply the Climate Justice Alliance’s Just Transitions Principles and Strategies in our research, learning, and activism.
APRIL 20 DEMYSTIFYING GLOBAL WARMING: Screening of presentation by astrophysicist Jeffrey Bennett 2:15 PM–4:15 PM | 5:00 PM–7:00 PM
2:15 PM–4:15 PM | 5:00 PM–7:00 PM
DEMYSTIFYING GLOBAL WARMING by astrophysicist Jeffrey Bennett
Nope, the Earth isn't getting cooler. Video lecture and audience discussion of bipartisan lecture that explains the science of global warming and gets us oriented to the real situation we are facing. Dr. Bennett also writes children's books on climate change and science education. Special thanks to the Department of Physics for introducing his work to our campus.
Offered at two times: 2:15 PM & 5 PM
APRIL 20 PROYECTO de REDUCCIÓN: Project Drawdown Sesión en español . 7:30-8:30 PM
PROYECTO de REDUCCIÓN : Sesión en español
¿Elegir e invertir en la producción y consumo de energía libre de CO2 es el único enfoque que necesitamos? Una discusión del Proyecto Drawdown. Un tUrn sesión en español con miembro del consejo asesor y alumno Ramon Pulido (SCU,'12) and Gloria Sevilla (SCU,'20). (See Thursday 12:15 and 4 PM for PROJECT DRAWDOWN sessions in English).
M O N D A Y A P R 2 0 H E A D L I N E R S
F O C U S O N A C T I V I S M , A S T R O P H Y S I C S & A C C I Ó N
F O R P R E S E N T E R S , I N F O & T O R S V P
C L I C K O N A R R O W > OR T I T L E S A B O V E
Earth Guardians Youth Director Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, (his first name pronounced ‘Shoe-Tez-Caht’) is an indigenous
climate activist, hip-hop artist, and powerful voice on the front lines of a global youth-led environmental movement.
Greta Tintin Eleonora Ernman Thunberg FRSGS is a Swedish environmental activist who has gained international
recognition for promoting the view that humanity is facing an existential crisis arising from climate change.
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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 open APRIL 1
SUMMARY of tUrn HEADLINERS
5 Morning Orientations and 25 events over 5 days
M O N — F R I
8 AM–8:20 AM | tUrn 101 —A welcome and orientation to each day's events
M O N D A Y A P R I L 2 0
A C T I V I S M , A S T R O P H Y S I C S , A C C I Ó N
9:15 AM–10:20 AM | 10:30 AM–11:35 AM |1:00 PM-2:05 PM: BEING SEEN & HEARD: INDIGENOUS & YOUTH ACTIVISM
11:45 AM–12:45 PM: JUST TRANSITION: How Can We Work for Climate Justice?
2:15 PM–4:15 PM | 5:00 PM–7:00 PM: DEMYSTIFYING GLOBAL WARMING by astrophysicist Jeffrey Bennett
7:30 PM–8:30 PM: REDUCCIÓN DE PROYECTO: Sesión en español
T U E S D A Y A P R I L 2 1
P R E S E N T. T E N S E.
8:30 AM–10 AM ∫ 10:20 AM–11:50 AM: ECO-ANXIETY WORKSHOP
12:15 PM–1:45 PM: THE GREEN NEW DEAL in the TIME of CORONAVIRUS: THREATS and OPPORTUNITIES
4 PM–5:20 PM: ART for CLIMATE'S SAKE: VISUAL ART & MUSIC
7 PM–8:30 PM: ART for CLIMATE'S SAKE: THEATRE & DANCE
W E D N E S D A Y A P R I L 2 2
C O N T E M P L A T I O N
8:30–9 AM ∫ 9:15–9:45 AM: EARTH DAY (50th) BIRTHDAY
10:30–11:30 AM: MIDWEEK REFLECTION SESSION
NOON — 10 PM: LAUDATO SI’ gazing at a TREE
T H U R S D A Y A P R I L 2 3
A C T I O N
10:20 AM–NOON: ACCELERATING the TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE: INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC ROUNDTABLE EVENT
12:15–1:45 PM ∫ 4:00–5:25 PM: THE WORLD AGREES: PROJECT DRAWDOWN & U.N. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
2:15–3:45 PM: FOOD SYSTEM FELLOWS Student-Led Session
7:30–9:00 PM: FOLKLORICO FOR ALL
F R I D A Y A P R I L 2 4
R E S E T… R E P L E N I S H… R E S T O R E… R E H E A R S E...
11 AM — 3 PM: THE GOOD MARKET: SECURING SUSTAINABLE FUTURES ONE CHOICE AT A TIME. Student-Led Session
3:30–4:30 PM: THE FORGE GARDEN: HOW LOCAL FOOD SYSTEMS CAN BUILD RESILIENCE DURING TIMES OF CRISIS
7–8:00 PM: BARNLESS BARN DANCE MOVEMENT SESSION for U
8:15–9 PM: Reflection: from WHY to WHY NOT?