All are welcome! Climate reality DFW Chapter members (non book club members) interested in joining any of the book discussions should convey their request to Jayashree Prasad via email at least a week ahead of the scheduled meeting. They will be provided with a link to join the meeting.
Goals for the book club:
Explore the environmental, economic, technological, and humanitarian facets of the climate crisis and how writers address these issues in rhetorically compelling ways.
Make a concerted effort to expand the book club membership to create a more diverse and inclusive community.
Engage Climate Reality Leaders through inquiry and choice, expand members' perspectives, and discover new depths by reading and discussing works chosen by the members.
Provide a forum for expressing feelings and opinions in a friendly and open atmosphere on climate related subjects or issues.
Build connection and community among Climate Leaders through discussion and dialogue.
Read pertinent and thought provoking articles to discuss and reflect
Nominate relevant and recently published books on appropriate subject matter.
Contact Jayashree Prasad-Sinha:
jayashree prasad-sinha, phd
Next Meeting: Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 7:30-8:30 PM (on Zoom)
Book for discussion: Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation by Paul Hawken
Members discussing "As Long As Grass Grows", by Dina Gillo-Whitaker, led by Ryan Hamilton
Current Book Reading
Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation by Paul Hawken
Book Club Reading list for 2022
Books read in 2021
Books read in 2020
View our entry to Jane Fonda's nationwide search for 10 book clubs to join this Fall to discuss her new book What Can I Do?
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