Mon Jun 6th 2011 7.00pm–8.00pm
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Eco Elvis “Burnin' Globe” (Matt Riggs www.ecoelvis.com 2006) L —My sequinned friend, Eco Elvis, sets the tone for tonight's Earthworms conversation about Climate Change and Health - Shakin' it, Baby!Buy it!
Dan Ferber - Correspondant, Science Magazine “Changing Planet, Changing Health - How the Climate Crisis Threatens Out Health and What We Can Do about It” from Co-author with Paul R. Epstein, M.D. (University of CA Press www.ucpress.edu 2011) N —This systemic take on the critical interplay between environmental and human health concerns includes many examples illustrating this issues intersection PLUS reasons to hope - and to take action. Ferber and Epstein clearly show how individual and communiBuy it!
Lori Diefenbacher “Harvest Time” from Wild Things are Welcome Here (Rosy Finch Music) LBuy it!
LeeAnn Felder - aka Arugula Ann - Washington University Senior “Camp Kumquat - summer project of Wash U's Burning Kumquat Farm” from www.campkumquat.blogspot.com (520-247-6026 2011) N L —Camp Kumquat sounds TERRIFIC!!! Two-week sessions are open for kids entering 6th Grade (June 13-24), 7th Grade (July 5-15), 8th Grade (July 18-29) .With a self-assessed sliding fee scale, ANY family can afford this camp. Food, bugs, chickens, mud and MOREBuy it!
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