Food & Water Watch Member Event Series Winter Line-Up
As a Food & Water Watch member, you have access to our exclusive monthly event series. Each month, we feature a different topic to talk about current events or how we’re fighting for safe food, clean water and a livable climate.
Use the form on the right to RSVP for any of our upcoming member events.
Overcoming Climate Anxiety
Date & Time: Wednesday, January 19 from 7:00- 8:00 pm ET (4:00- 5:00 pm PT)
The constant barrage of bad news about climate change - rising temperatures, extreme weather events, increasing pollution - can feel overwhelming and insurmountable. Don’t give up hope and let climate anxiety get the best of you! As we start the new year, Food & Water Watch will host experts in dealing with climate anxiety so that you have strategies and tools to remain calm, centered and focused on the power we have to make real change.
Past Events in the Winter Line-Up
Social Media as a Tool for Activism
Date & Time: Tuesday, October 26 (RSVP to get the recording)
Social media is a powerful tool to spread awareness about a cause or issue. The art of science communication is an important skill that goes hand in hand with successful social media messaging. We will screen a session from our September Virtual Conference featuring a youth climate justice activist who shares strategies for talking about complex environmental issues in an accessible and engaging way, whether you’re using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or something else.
Voices of the Future: Youth Filmmaker Screening
Date & Time: Wednesday, November 17 (RSVP to get the recording)
In collaboration with One Earth Film Festival, Food & Water Watch will be screening short films from the 2021 Young Filmmakers Contest. These films depict climate and sustainability issues, are solution-based, and are sure to inspire you to action. We will have a special opportunity for Q&A with these talented filmmakers after the screening.
A Bridge Fuel to Nowhere: Stopping Natural Gas Infrastructure
Date & Time: Wednesday, December 8 (RSVP to get the recording)
Natural gas, primarily produced from fracking, is being touted as a “cleaner” fossil fuel by the industry, but those living near natural gas power plants know it’s anything but clean or safe. This event explores a soon-to-be-released Food & Water Watch research report documenting the stories of communities living in the shadow of these facilities - and how we can fight back.