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Drawdown for Congregations - Shared screen with speaker view
Kyle Crider
22:49
Kyle Crider, Alabama IPL and The People's Justice Council
Steve Bertman
22:52
Steve Bertman, Kalamazoo
Donna Lee
22:52
Donna Lee, she/he, Pasadena, CA!
Janet Lane
22:55
Janet Lane Lexington MA
Pastor Jennifer
22:59
Jennifer from Ottawa IL, local church pastor
Mary Doyle
23:00
Mary Doyle. Brooklyn
Yael Savage
23:01
Yael Savage Worcester Massachusetts
Betsy Sowers (she/her)
23:04
Rev. Betsy Sowers, Minister for Earth Justice, Old Cambridge Baptist Church, Mass.
Doug Graber Neufeld
23:04
Doug Graber Neufeld (Harrisonburg, VA)
Pamela Lopez
23:04
Pamela Lopez, she/her, Westlake Village, CA
Merryman-Lotze Family
23:05
Gretchen, Philadelphia
Ben Bouwman
23:08
Ben Bouwman, Goshen, IN
Sharon Wilson
23:10
Sharon Wilson, Seattle
Peter Sergienko (he/him)
23:13
Peter Sergienko, Portland, OR, Oregon IPL
Matt Scott
23:13
Matt Scott (he/him), Washington, DC
Bob Fraley
23:17
Bob Fraley, Eugene Oregon
Jay Roberts
23:19
Karen McElfish, United Methodist Women, Arlington, VA
Jeanette Ruyle (she,her)
23:21
Medfield, MA
Evan and Lee Oxenham
23:24
Lee and Evan Oxenham, Plainfield NH
Lore Rosenthal
23:27
Lore Rosenthal, Greenbelt, MD [working through the Pachamama Alliance to present "Intro to Drawdown" workshops to local groups]
Jennifer Shannon
23:28
Jennifer Shannon, Sunnyvale, CA
Donna Lee
23:29
(Sorry - she/her)
Eileen Best
23:30
Eileen Best Kalamazoo Michigan
Pat Homer
23:34
Pat Homer - Statesboro, GA
Jane Laping
23:35
Jane Laping, Presbyterians for Earth Care, Asheville, NC
Peggy Daub
23:37
Peggy, Ann Arbor MI
Bill Elwood
23:44
Bill Elwood Minneapolis, MN
Sid and Susan Meier
23:47
Susan Meier/near Baltimore, MD
Sue Swanson
23:56
Sue Swanson, Bedford MA
David Morse
24:01
David Morse, Southern Oregon
Becky O'Brien
24:01
Becky O'Brien, Director of Food and Climate with Hazon. I'm in Lafayette, CO and am excited to be here! Yay Project Drawdown!!
Patriciafaye Marshall
24:07
McMinnville OR. I’m a facilitator for Pachamama Alliance and have facilitated the DRAWDOWN Programs here locally. Thank You your work!
Betsy Garber
24:13
Betsy from Nashville tennessee
George Stern
24:19
George Stern, Philadelphia, PA
todd pierson
24:34
Todd Pierson from First Universalist Church Minneapolis
Valerie Robertson
25:20
Valerie Robertson, Wilmington, North Carolina (publisher of Cape Fear’s Going Green magazine). I’ve had our local 350 Wilmington group give two presentations to Wilmingtonians: one at our Environmental Book Club meeting and as one of our OLLI sessions.
thomasemcwhertor
25:50
Tom McWhertor -Grand Rapids, Michigan …Church of the Servant …& Climate Witness Project
Susan Keller
26:16
Susan Keller, First Universalist Church, Minneapolis, MN
Diane D.
26:32
Diane Duesterhoeft, First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Antonio, Texas
Becky O'Brien
26:46
MEAT!
Diane D.
26:50
Flooding, drought
Sid and Susan Meier
26:53
Suffering
carolyn lief
26:53
Carolyn Lief, St Paul’s Cathedral San Diego
Janet Lane
26:53
My children
George Stern
26:54
Grandchildren
Larry Staley
26:54
Good morning. Larry Staley. Hillsdale UMC, San Mateo CA. I also do consulting work in sustainability analytics.
Sharon Wilson
26:55
Overwhelmed!
Yael Savage
26:57
fear and dispair
Pat Homer
26:57
Overheating, severe storms
Peter Sergienko (he/him)
26:57
All hands on deck
Bob Kibrick
26:57
Increasingly devastating wildfires
Merryman-Lotze Family
26:58
existential threat
Maren Stanczak
26:58
Maren Stanczak, Concord, CA
Jennifer Shannon
26:58
Extreme heat
Pamela Lopez
26:59
Urgency
Bob Fraley
27:00
Melting polar caps and galciers
Ben Bouwman
27:01
Unknowns
Peggy Daub
27:02
Fear for future generations
Alison Woomert
27:04
social inequities
Janet Lane
27:04
hunger
Steve Bertman
27:04
Threat to human civilization.
Jane Laping
27:05
doom
Mark
27:05
extreme weather eventw
Jay Roberts
27:06
stronger storms
Sally Hartman425460
27:07
Working together to stop it.
Lisa L Fitzpatrick
27:09
Opportunity and change
Jennifer Shannon
27:09
Poor air quality
Susan Keller
27:09
Fear, my grandchildren
Betsy Garber
27:09
traumatic weather events
Larry Staley
27:10
Incredible challenge for mankind.
Dianna Fine
27:10
Dianna Fine, St Louis, Missouri
todd pierson
27:11
time to act
Pat Hallquist
27:13
wildfires, air pollution, floods, farmer problems
Betsy Sowers (she/her)
27:13
Unraveling the web of life
Valerie Robertson
27:20
Diminishing coastline, flooding, more severe hurricane damage. (I’m 8 miles from the Atlantic.)
Kurt
27:28
Call to action!!
Donna Lee
27:32
Wildfires, distress, refugees
Bob Kibrick
27:33
increasing spread of insect borne diseases
Pamela Hyde
27:33
threat multiplier
Jeanette Ruyle (she,her)
27:38
hardship for those who did little to cause it
Bill Elwood
27:38
War over resources
Bob Fraley
28:02
Resistive politicians to act
Bob Kibrick
28:03
devastating impacts on agriculture leading to food shortages
Brad Snyder
28:04
Greed of the fossil fuel industry!! Brad Snyder from Maple Grove, MN
Bill Hilton
30:27
I want to add greed of most humans for consumption and energy usage.
Brad Snyder
30:53
Solutions: eliminate fossil fuels, increase solar, wind & geothermal energy, improve energy efficiency & conservation, sustainable design, sustainable agriculture & forestry, etc.
Larry Staley
32:49
For an incredibly technical book on this subject would recommend "Climate Systems Modeling" by Kevin Trenberth. Over 700 pages and a challenging book. However, very comprehensive.
Larry Staley
36:47
Kathryn has presented on this forum.
Lore Rosenthal
45:47
During COVID, you can do a Repair Café using more of a Timebank Model. A person can post a request for a particular repair and I person with the skill to repair will reply and arrange a time for a contactless pick up. We do that in Greenbelt. www.greenbelttimebank.org
Annapolis Friends Meeting - Bob
48:59
EVs might be #26 on the global drawdown list but should be #1 on the USA list. OUR USA #1 emissions is Driving our cars and this is also the #1 thing that individudals can do to bring about BIG change. Switch to an EV We in the USA consumes FOUR times the global average energy per capita, We own TEN times the number of cars, and we have SEVEN times the number of cars per capita! So EV's are not #26 on the global drawdown list, but should be number ONE on the USA problem- and SOLUTION list.
Pat Homer
51:41
Lots of solutions!
Matt Scott
51:42
Possibility!
Valerie Robertson
51:45
teamwork
Randy Freed
51:46
Carbon pricing as the #1 solution.
Peter Sergienko (he/him)
51:47
Shift culture
Sharon Wilson
51:47
Action
Jane Laping
51:47
Solutions!
Jim Snyder-Grant
51:48
eliminating gas hookups to new construction
Jennifer VerHelst
51:50
more hope!
Glenn Gall
51:50
w/m^2 in and out balance
Donna Lee
51:52
Teamwork!
Susan Keller
51:52
Start now!
carolyn lief
51:52
communities working together
Jay Roberts
51:52
bike station at Church
Becky O'Brien
51:54
How awesome Project Drawdown is :)
Larry Staley
51:56
An immense number of diverse opportunities.
David Morse
51:57
Drawdown
Sid and Susan Meier
51:59
Possibilities and optimism for reducing
Peggy Daub
52:00
Change is possible and we can do it!
Pamela Hyde
52:02
being in action
Glenn Gall
52:03
silvopasture
Pamela Lopez
52:03
Education
Jay Roberts
52:05
community garden
Lisa L Fitzpatrick
52:05
citizens climate plans
Tallessyn Grenfell-Lee
52:05
Barriers and Opportunities
Sally Hartman425460
52:06
Women and girls!
Pat Hallquist
52:07
Many solutions that need to all be pursued - but how do you get people to do enough on a large enough scale?
Diane D.
52:09
carbon fees and dividends
Ted Wade
52:11
local change vs national leadership
Bob Fraley
52:12
Removing the CO2 from the atmosphere with upcoming technologies such as Carbon Engineering's.
Bill Elwood
52:13
Setting a Net Zero goal for congregation
todd pierson
52:13
collaboration with others
Betsy Sowers (she/her)
52:13
Continuing to act in my frontline community to stop Enbridge from building a compressor station next to environmental justice communities.
Glenn Gall
52:15
planned grazing
Kurt
52:22
Solutions are available..just need the will/courage to implement for the common good!
Bob Kibrick
52:23
reducing/eliminating natural gas usage for cooking and space heating
carrie roach
52:27
mangrove forest mitigation with creation care team JUSTICE ministry
Pat Hallquist
52:36
Carbon fees and dividends are part of the solution to help move drawdown along
Yael Savage
52:36
Ideas for change and solutions to share
Glenn Gall
52:52
SRI -- enhanced rice production
Mary Shaw
53:07
do we care enough to save our Planet
Sue Craig (she/her) Eugene
53:08
working to help all congregations in town, to put on solar panels.
Annapolis Friends Meeting - Bob
53:20
Remember "every little bit counts" actually only accomplishes very little! People need to simply consider any of the 62 EV models now on the market
Pat Homer
53:24
Thank you!!
Mary Shaw
53:31
wonderful...Excellent; Thank you
Lisa Locke
53:35
Thank you!!!
Becky O'Brien
53:43
Get Georgia residents to vote for senators focused on climate crisis and climate solutions.
Jeanne Musgrove
53:55
Thank you for that inspiring presentation!
Bob Fraley
54:12
Will the questions in the Q&A be addressed sometime?
Andy Platt
54:19
Wonderful presentation and material
Pat Homer
54:20
Amen, Becky O’Brien!
Brad Snyder
54:26
Vote for the environment and climate change!!
Donna Lee
55:30
What a great way to start the week ! Thank for this
Brad Snyder
57:22
Help get out the vote in Georgia!! If the 2 democrats win the runoff elections for Senators in Georgia the democrats would control the Senate which would be huge for environmental policy!!
Jane Laping
58:01
Thanks to all. I’m sorry to have to leave. I have an appt I need to get to in 20 min.
Sally Hartman425460
01:00:33
A group in Dubuque, IA is collecting broken toys and fixing them, keeping them out of the landfill.
Jeanne Musgrove
01:01:38
I love that you have a labyrinth as well as everything else you’ve done and are doing! Wonderful!
Pamela Lopez
01:02:13
This is incredible!
Pat Homer
01:02:31
Beautiful!
Jeanne Musgrove
01:02:44
What a brilliant idea!
Pat Homer
01:03:02
I love the provision for parents of young children
Sid and Susan Meier
01:04:17
Bravo!!
Becky O'Brien
01:04:17
Am
Becky O'Brien
01:04:23
AMAZING!
Donna Lee
01:04:27
Just lovely!
Jennifer VerHelst
01:04:28
absolutely beautiful!
Pat Homer
01:04:30
Thank you for sharing this amazing project
Diane D.
01:04:31
What a wonderful facility!
Cecil Prescod
01:04:38
Thank you
Bob Fraley
01:04:42
I liked the Maypole
Valerie Robertson
01:04:45
Beautiful connection with nature.
Anastacia
01:04:46
Lovely
Jennifer VerHelst
01:05:38
haha!!
Tallessyn Grenfell-Lee
01:08:56
So important! Local, positive attitude! Congratulations on this amazing approach.
Allis Druffel
01:11:41
Have you actually seen the compost facility that your items go to? We have very few such facilities in California so compostable items end up the same as trash. You are a true example; thank you!
Larry Staley
01:11:48
Nice Collection Bins Matter !!
Jim Tucker
01:12:19
Does your compostable collection include landscaping debris, or is it just the ~800/lbs/wk of food scraps?
Jennifer VerHelst
01:12:31
bins and signage can make or break the system!
Pat Homer
01:15:06
Thank you - wonderful project and presentation!
Cecil Prescod
01:15:14
Thank you for sharing what your congregation is doing
Anastacia
01:15:29
Thank you! Inspiring and do-able
Jennifer VerHelst
01:16:51
hmm? not seeing 3 dots in the chat box for saving - great idea though!
Elizabeth Bagley | Project Drawdown
01:16:53
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-matter-of-degrees/id1534829787
Bill Hilton
01:16:58
The 3 dots do not permit saving the chat at present. I believe a change of settings by host is required.
Elizabeth Bagley | Project Drawdown
01:17:10
https://drawdown.org/drawdown-framework
Brad Snyder
01:17:26
Composting is great and should definitely be utilized, but we must also reduce food waste by looking at the source and how food is prepared! We have a program where nonused food is picked up from grocery stores, restaurants, etc. and distributed to food shelves. Has been a great program - reduces food waste and helps the needy!!
Randy Freed
01:18:08
What's your view of churches buying offsets to neutralize remaining carbon after reducing emissions as much as possible? Most offset projects fall within the drawdown solutions. Thanks.
Martin Voelker
01:18:38
re saving the chat: simply highlight everything, hit control-c for copy then dump it into any text document with control-v (v=vomit)
Larry Staley
01:20:42
My United Methodist Church was the second such UMC congregation in the United States to go totally solar!!
Valerie Robertson
01:21:24
My “copy and paste” functions only copy the first line even if I’ve highlighted all. Could the organizers change the setting so we can save? Or include the chat when emailing us the recording?
Pat Homer
01:22:09
Can you send a copy of all the links bc the chat is not allowing me to save it. Thank you!
Lore Rosenthal
01:22:09
"Save Chat" doesn't work in webinar mode. You have to copy and paste manually.
Martin Voelker
01:22:20
Very odd. I use ctrl-a for all or simply highlight manually, works fine.
Pamela Lopez
01:22:21
This was so inspiring. Thanks so much!
Tallessyn Grenfell-Lee
01:22:25
Thank you all so much. This was wonderful!
Sally Hartman425460
01:22:28
I am in awe!
Kurt
01:22:29
Thanks so much!!
Michael Dine
01:22:29
Thanks to all of the speakers. This was great!
Peter Sergienko (he/him)
01:22:33
Thank you to all. Very inspiring presentations!
phyllis kerr
01:22:34
Thank YOU!!
Steve Bertman
01:22:36
Thanks for your time and your work. Let’s drawdown now!
SJN Care for Our Common Home
01:22:36
Very inspiring - thanks for your extensive preparation of the presentations. Very helpful!
Lisa L Fitzpatrick
01:22:37
Thanks!
Betsy Sowers (she/her)
01:22:38
Thanks to all!
z2 Bethel Lutheran Church
01:22:38
Thanks to all; enjoyed the seminar. Lots to think about and hopefully, act on!
Yael Savage
01:22:42
Thanks that was so helpful and moves me to action
Sid and Susan Meier
01:22:44
Thank you very much! This was FANTASTIC and very inspirational!
Allis Druffel
01:22:44
Wonderful, informative and inspirational; thank you!
Cecil Prescod
01:22:45
Thank you all very much
Randy Freed
01:22:45
Thanks for the thoughtful presentations!
Larry Staley
01:22:45
How do you do this manually?
Kathy Hrabovsky
01:22:46
Thanks to Everyone! I look forward to watching for a second time when the links are available! Best - Kathy Hrabovsky, PGH, PA, Mt. Lebanon United Lutheran Church
carolyn lief
01:22:51
thank you for your inspirational work and presentation.
dhamelin@nycap.rr.com
01:22:59
Awesome and inspiring!
Pamela Hyde
01:23:00
Great info and inspiration — Thank you Dr. Bagley, Deb & Karen!
Jane Rose
01:23:00
This was really wonderful and gives me energy. Thank you so much for giving us the ability to share all we learned today
Larry Staley
01:23:03
Thanks to all of you!
David Morse
01:23:04
Thanks for a great start to a new week
Valerie Robertson
01:23:05
Thank you for this program!
Jeanne Musgrove
01:23:05
Thank you so much for all the information but, even more importantly, all the inspiration!
Bill Hilton
01:23:13
Thank you for this webinar. It adds to the “toolbox” available to address climate change.
Pat Homer
01:23:23
Thank you! This was wonderful. I am a new UMC Earthkeeper, so I appreciate all the great ideas! Best wishes to all here who are dedicated to stewarding Creation!