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October 19, 2021

Community Action for Peace and the Environment: How Rotarians can Understand Threats and Create Solutions

Join Rotary and strategic partners the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP) for a discussion on the intersection of peace, environment, and community action.

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Webinar

Community Action for Peace and the Environment: How Rotarians can Understand Threats and Create Solutions

  • Hosted by

    Rotary International

  • Location

    Online

  • Date

    October 19, 2021

  • Time

    13:00 EST

This webinar will discuss ways Rotarians can understand and address ecological threats in their community.

Join Rotary and strategic partners the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP) for a discussion on the intersection of peace, environment, and community action. Learn key findings from IEP’s the 2021 Ecological Threat Register, a report that analyzes global threats amplified by climate change, from food and water risk to rapid population growth and natural disasters.

How can this data help inform Rotary’s work in peacebuilding and conflict prevention and the environment? What are Rotary stakeholders doing to address these challenges?

The conversation will explore topics such as these and present ways Rotarians can leverage their resources in order to enact change.

Speakers:

Rebecca Crall - Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention Area of Focus Manager, Rotary International
Keith Madden - Environment Area of Focus Manager, Rotary International
Michael Collins - Director of Americas, Institute for Economics and Peace
Lorena Rodriguez - Rotary Peace Fellow and Rotary Positive Peace Activator

Moderated by Jessica Duque - Outreach and Development Officer, Institute for Economics and Peace

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