Climate “sHeros” – Making Climate Action Personal, June 17

Join CRED’s Sabine Marx and Courtney St. John for a special event honoring climate “sHeros” on June 17.

Don’t know how you can make a difference on climate change? Get inspired by the launch of the Human Impact Stories “Climate sHeros” series of personal stories of diverse New York women who are leading the way in combating global climate change…and see their stories reimagined through art, live music, poetry and performance. Stay for networking, climate actions, and the announcement of the 2015 Creative Climate Awards selection celebrating #ClimateDiploDay.

When: Wednesday June 17, 6:30 – 9
6:30 Networking reception
7 Performances begin
Where: Consulate of France in NYC, 934 Fifth Ave (between 74th and 75th)
RSVP highly recommended. Space is limited.
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This program is possible with the support of: German Consulate in NYC, Permanent Mission of Germany to the UN, French Consulate in NYC, Permanent Mission of France to the UN, EU Commission, New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I), StoryCorps, Winter’s Past (Isaac Kestenbaum and Josie Holtzman), Andrew Shea, Amy Braunschweiger and all of the women who shared their stories and inspire us to follow their footsteps: Kazi Ateea, Wendy Brawer, Majora Carter, Aria Doe, Jeanne Dupont, Gioya DeSouza-Fennelly, Kim Fraczek, Jean Gardner, Sarah Levine, Sabine Marx, Helen Matsos, Mary Miss, Eve Mosher, Cynthia Rosenzweig, Anasa Scott, Courtney St. John, Shino Tanikawa, Annie Willis, and Bethany Yarrow.

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