Drawdown: A Plan to Reverse Global Warming
Project Drawdown, an international coalition of researchers and experts founded in 2014, has identified and detailed the 100 most substantive solutions to global warming. The coalition focused on ways we can work together to achieve drawdown – the point when greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere start to decline – and found that it is possible not just to slow global warming, but to begin reversing it by 2050.
Inspired by this work, the Pachamama Alliance created a series of workshops to support individuals who want to reverse global warming in their local communities. We will hear from John Brueck, Ellen Bush, Michael Forman and Mark Masarik, leaders of the Project Drawdown: Treasure Valley effort. They will discuss the many ways climate change is affecting Idaho and explore how we can come together to make a difference.