Ecology Emerges #2: Bay Area as Incubator | SF Main Library
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Shaping San Francisco presents discussion and reflection on the history of Bay Area ecological activism. We will examine the Bay Area as a demonstration area and incubator of experiments that shaped the national and international ecological movements.
What is the relationship of San Francisco to its region? The region to the state, to the continent, to the oceans, and to the planet? With Larry Orman (GreenInfo Network), Kirsten Schwind (Bay Localize), Harold Gilliam (SF Chronicle, SF Examiner). Hosted by Jon Christensen, Bill Lane Center at Stanford.
Tags: Activism, bay area, Ecology, environment, Free, Green Event, Library, planet
Categories: Lectures & Workshops, San Francisco