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 Skagit Climate Talks 

Friends has teamed up with the Skagit County chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby to offer a series of climate change related talks this fall/winter.  Talks are offered virtually on Zoom and also recorded to view later on the Friends Vimeo Channel.  

#ElectrifyEverything - Part 1 (May 19th) & Part 2 (June 16th)

The last two talks in our series will will focus on the movement to #ElectrifyEverything.  #ElectrifyEverything is based on two actions: 1) decarbonize our electricity supply, and 2) fuel as much of the economy as possible with that clean electricity. Our first talk will discuss how you can electrify your household and reduce your carbon footprint. The second talk will discuss the growth of commercial scale renewable energy and storage technologies that support them.  

(Zoom link posted below)

ElectrifyYourLife Talk 5 19 22

Join the Zoom Presentation at 

https://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/87694593973?pwd=dTJYTndJaDl4Y0lZL1NWd3c2OFRxUT09

Meeting ID: 876 9459 3973
Passcode: 333289

Call in number: +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) - have ID and passcode handy

 

In the meantime, if you missed any of our first five presentations you can watch them on Vimeo at the links listed on our Friends Video page. Check back here for monthly updates on future presentations.

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