The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History hosts the “Hardcore Natural History Series - Regeneración Pajaro Valley Climate Action” with Natalie Olivas on Thursday, May 27th from 6:00pm to 7:00pm.
Join us as we speak to Natalie Olivas, Community Organizer at Regeneración Pajaro Valley Climate Action where she helps to build community capacity to advocate for equitable climate action. She works across sectors to interweave climate justice into various programs and curriculums. Natalie has experience working with local governments, businesses, and nonprofits in policy analysis, meeting and analyzing sustainability goals, and education and outreach. Her mission to help build equitable and sustainable communities while centering the needs of historically marginalized and oppressed groups.
This presentation will discuss how climate impacts are being experienced by the community in the Pajaro Valley and the work to adapt to and mitigate those impacts. Natalie will also explore community responsibility and how communities can collectively further equitable climate action.
The mission at Regeneración is to help the community of Pajaro valley adapt and flourish as the climate changes. Regeneración co-creates a place-based response to climate change by centering those on the frontlines of climate impacts at the center of creating and driving solutions. The organization approaches the climate crisis through a social and environmental justice lens.
Admission is free. Suggested Donation is $15.00 per Person.
Audience Members must register online by 5:00pm on the day of the event to receive a Zoom Link to the Webinar.
THE PACIFIC GROVE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY:
Pacific Grove’s landmark museum opened in 1883, the same year as did the Brooklyn Bridge, making it one of the country’s oldest of its kind. But its deep Diversity of unique Central Coast Creatures, pioneering Science and Interactivity make it as current as ever.
OUR VISION STATEMENT:
The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History inspires a diverse community to explore and conserve the natural and cultural wonders of the Central California Coast.
165 Forest Avenue
Pacific Grove, California 93950