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Community Medicine Call Zoom September 29th - Shared screen with speaker view
Tina
13:31
I would love to start the conversation about STUDY GROUP(s). i have some book ideas- you? call if interested (415) 868-2523 (after circle!)
John Snell West Marin of SF Bay Area
30:13
The methane from cows and fracking for propane and natural gas is 85 times more potent as a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.
John Snell West Marin of SF Bay Area
30:17
A small amount of seaweed added to the diet of cows dramatically reduces the amount of methane produced by cows.
John Snell West Marin of SF Bay Area
30:25
However, we have to stop using propane and natural gas because methane is so potent in changing the climate.
Gretchen Mokry
31:38
I’m not feeling well and think I need to sign off for now. Hope to join the next one.
Maureen Ivy
51:11
Can you please say more about the links between the climate crisis and the incidence of pandemics?
Wendy
51:43
sorry was at a memorial zoom and just hopped on now
Maureen Ivy
57:59
Thank you for pointing out ways that we can choose behaviors that can positively impact our climate and planetary health. There is power in our hands that doesn’t need to wait for the buy-in of legislators and politicians. Not participating in overpopulating the planet is another.
Wendy
01:01:58
I love that in the Jewish calendar it is a shmitah year for the land to rest and not plant.
Maureen Ivy
01:12:00
In Anna’s defense, she clearly stated that not everyone is able to eat a vegan diet. We all can stop overpopulating the planet.
Wendy
01:12:37
I am vegan and I agree—have never pushed it on anyone else.
Wendy
01:18:32
I remember in the 1980s saying houseless people were the true environmentalists in an unintentional way.
Harriet Kossman
01:23:06
don’t forget to make art and be creative! from Harriet