Sustainable Walnut Creek

Sustainability Week – It’s Never Too Late To Become a Climate Activist: Overview of the Climate Crisis followed by a Panel of 4 local climate activists sharing what they do and how to get involved.

October 24, 2022, 7-8:30pm,online event, registration
Get inspired, and first ideas on why and how you can become more active in climate action. This event is twofold. In the first part we’ll explore the climate crisis, and potential global solutions. In the second part, we’ll unpack together with a panel because it is so important to be more active, and how to get started.

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Questions? – Please contact Nadine Hammer,


Shoshana Wechs, Sunflower Alliance

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Sara Lashanlo, Technology Advisory Committee member City of San Ramon Sara’s web profile

Ogie Strogatz, 350 Contra Costa Action 

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Wei-Tai KwokClimate Reality Bay Area Chapter

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Presenter: Fred Bialy, Climate Reality Bay Area Chapter
In 2006 Fred was awakened to the reality of the Climate Emergency by Al Gore’s documentary “An Inconvenient Truth”. He then began reading more about the science of Climate Change and attending Climate marches. In July of 2020, he attended the first Virtual Training of the Climate Reality Project led by Al Gore. Since then, he has given presentations on the Climate Emergency to various groups. Currently co-leads the Climate Reality Policy Action Squad for Contra Costa County. Fred is a retired Emergency Physician.

Moderator: Nadine Hammer, Climate Reality Bay Area Chapter

Nadine is a member of the Climate Reality Chapter (trained in 2020 by Al Gore), and in addition, part of the Contra Costa Climate Action Squad. She is co-leading Organizer of Sustainability Week Walnut Creek. She works in Product Development in Biotech, and earned her Master’s Degree in Social Science and economics from the University of Mannheim in Germany.