JULY 14 on CATALYST: Building Resillient Communities to Face Climate Change

JULY 27-30 NATIONAL TRANSITION GATHERING at MACALESTER COLLEGE, St. Paul Transition is an international movement built from grassroots up, to prepare for climate change, to live more sustainably and strengthen all aspects of communities in the climate crisis. Preview some speakers st the conference PAUL MUESSIG (MN Pollution Control Agency), RENAE HANSON (MCTC) on climate grief and LESLIE McKENZIE organizer of neighborhood-based LONGFELLOW TRANSITON grop. www.transitiontwincities.org


***FRI./SAT. JULY 14 & 15, 7:30PM: "THE STORY OF CROW BOY" play based on Newberry Award children's book about a post-WWII Japanese-American boy challenged by bullying. HEART OF THE BEAST THEATER, 1500East Lake St,. Minneapolis   www.hobt.org

***now through JULY 20: FILM: "Abacus:Small Enough To Jail" story of small bank serving the Cinese-American community in nYC , that was scapegoated after 2008 Wall St. meltdown. ST. ANTHONY MAIN, 125 Main St. SE, near downtown Minneapolis partof FILM SOCIETY OF MINNEAPOLIS/ST.PAUL

  • Wednesday, July 19, 2017


  • MPCA Board Room 520 Lafayette , Saint Paul, MN (map)

  • On July 19, from 1pm - 4pm, the Environmental Quality Board meeting will address state and local action on climate change and sustainability. On June 5, Governor Mark Dayton signed on to the US Climate Alliance and affirmed that Minnesota will continue to move forward with actions to meet greenhouse gas reduction goals. What does this mean for our state? EQB Meeting in Minnesota Pollution Control Board Room, 520 Lafayette Rd, St Paul, MN 55155. RSVP and share on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/events/240592583117069/

    Here's the meeting agenda:https://www.eqb.state.mn.us/eqb-board-meeting-proposed-agenda-july-19-2017.


    Tue. JULY 18, ST.PAUL RIVER CTR, Exhibit Hall A, ST. PAUL Tue.JULY 25,VIRGINIA, MN HIGH SCHOOL (both events 5pm=7:30PM)

    WEDNESDAYS thru AUG.2,7pm: MIZNA's "Reshaping Our World:CINEMA WITHOUT BOUNDARIES" at WLKER ART CTR, 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis www.mizna.org