What is the intersection of climate change and social justice?
Find out in this podcast as BCB host Christina Hulet interviews Running-Grass, a long-time environmental justice activist and multicultural environmental educator on Bainbridge Island.
The goal of the Bainbridge Island Climate and Energy Forum is to expand islanders understanding of issues related to climate, sustainability, and energy, how these issues impact their lives, and what actions they can take to address these issues. To see our entire schedule of upcoming events, please visit our Event Calendar page.
Date: Saturday April 28th
Place: Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
Just how well is our car center transportation system working for us? In terms of our health, our environment and the likelihood of ever increasing traffic maybe its time to do some rethinking. Learn the real facts on our car dependency and explore the cleaner, healthier options we have today. Plus learn the results of the recent islandwide Walking & Biking Survey. Working together as a community we can plan for and create a transportation system that works for us, our children and our future.
Speakers: Lief Horwitz, Chair COBI Multi-Modal Advisory Committee
Erika Shriner, Climate Action Bainbridge
Date: Saturday March 17th Time: 10am-11:30am Place: Eagle Harbor Congregational Church Speaker: Tarika Powell, Senior Research Associate, Sightline Institute The…
For a deeper dive on forum topics, check out what our presenters are blogging about below....
WHAT’S UP BAINBRIDGE, with environmentalists Steven Johnson and Randal Samstag, offer a podcast preview of this Saturday’s Forum discussion at 10am, Nov. 18, Eagle Harbor Congregation Church. Hope you can listen to the podcast and join us at the Forum!
CNN MONEY article discusses how many countries are polically motivated to go green with electric and hybrid cars. Britain and France will end sales of gas and diesel powered vehicles by 2040 and India is moving toward an “all electric” transportion fleet by 2030.