On April 28, 2019, our Tab.Edu will be focused on a presentation by the Pachamama Alliance Program about Project Drawdown, in an event hosted by the Environmental Action Group in recognition of Earth Day.
The Pachamama Alliance is a global community that offers people the chance to learn, connect, engage, travel and cherish life for the purpose of creating a sustainable future that works for all. We’ll hear about their approach to reducing global warming through Project Drawdown, an inspiring educational experience that invites you to transform your relationship to global warming. Through short videos and group activities, you’ll learn about the latest research from Paul Hawken’s Project Drawdown on how it is possible to actually reverse global warming. We’ll talk briefly about the top 80 solutions identified to reduce atmospheric greenhouse gases and how they fit together to form a comprehensive plan to reverse global warming by 2050. We’ll also see how the Drawdown research enables us to reframe our relationship with global warming from one of hopelessness and despair towards one of optimism and engagement.