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SPUR Evening Symposium: Closing the Climate Gap: perspectives on environmental justice and the Bay Area’s future

12:27 PM PST on January 28, 2010

"While climate change affects us all, it will have a more severe effect on people of color and the poor.  Join us for a presentation by UC Berkeley's Rachel Morello-Frosch, co-author of The Climate Gap (2009), followed by a panel discussion of  what Bay Area businesses and organizations are doing to reduce the disproportionate impacts of climate change. Panelists include educator Michele Rodriguez, Emily Kirsch of the Ella Baker Center and Erica Mackie, co-founder of Gridalternatives. Join us for a reception beforehand at 5:00.  Co-sponsored by the Northern California chapter of the American Planning Association. (AICP credits pending.)"

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