San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join the Institute at the Golden Gate for an engaging conversation on how biodiversity loss and climate change affects how we engage with parks and open spaces. To make progress towards combating and adapting to climate change, and halting the loss of biodiversity and degradation of ecosystems, it is vital to understand the impact this devastation has on our daily lives and the parks.
The conversation will be led by Lisa White from University of California-Berkeley, Erica Priggen from Free Range Studios, and Julian Mocine-McQueen from Green For All. This event is one of many taking place around the Bay Area for BioBlitz 2014.
Small bites and beverages provided. This event is free and open to the public.
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Institute at the Golden Gate
The Institute at the Golden Gate contributes to a more sustainable and healthy world by harnessing the power of parks and public lands to advance environmental stewardship and human wellbeing. A program of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy in partnership with the National Park Service, the Institute fosters new ideas, shares best practices, encourages leadership, and supports and implements public policy changes that will benefit people and the planet. For more information, visit instituteatgoldengate.org.