Tomorrow: Webinar on Plastics, The Other Pandemic

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Plastics: The Other Pandemic

A Live Webinar with Journalists
Alex Hartzog & Maura Stephens

Photo by Avigator Fortunator/Shutterstock

Don’t forget to register for the latest in the webinar series presented by System Change Not Climate Change. Find out about the Plastic Pollution Pandemic and what we can do about it with journalists Alex Hartzog and Maura Stephens. Read their latest article "Bioplastics or 'Biodegradable' Plastics: Solutions?" posted on our new website today.

Sunday, 26 September, 2021

10:00 a.m. Pacific
1:00 p.m. Eastern (US/Canada)
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Register using the button below so you can join in the conversation via Zoom. If you’re unable to connect via Zoom, we’ll also be streaming live on Facebook and will archive the webinar on our YouTube channel..

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About Our Presenters:

Alex Hartzog (he/him) was the SCNCC journalism intern this summer and concentrated on reporting and writing the series on plastic pollution that informs this webinar. He’ll graduate from Ithaca College in New York State this December with a degree in journalism and minors in linguistics and education studies. He’s also working and podcasting long-form stories about labor issues for WICB-FM. Conversant in Japanese, he’ll be looking for a job in the new year and is open to offers. Maura Stephens (she/xe/ella) is an independent journalist and an antiracism, environmental, labor, and peace activist — or jactivist — as well as a theatre artist, educator, creative writer, and editor. A lifetime sustainability advocate and anticapitalist, for many years she ran an organic farm in central New York. Maura has written hundreds of articles and white papers and taught on subjects ranging from climate change to the invasion of Iraq to vermiculture — subjects that are connected in one way or many. A cofounder of the Coalition to Protect New York, FrackbustersNY, and other grassroots organizations, she’s a current member of the System Change Not Climate Change coordinating committee and the National Writers Union. "Plastic Ocean," illustration by Bonnie Monteleone; used with permission. On our current trajectory, the mass of plastic will exceed the mass of all fish in the sea by around 2050.


What is SCNCC?

System Change Not Climate Change is a network of ecosocialists who believe capitalism is incompatible with prospects for a decent life for future generations on planet Earth. We are based principally in the United States and Canada but our perspective is internationalist and anti-imperialist.

Want to collaborate?

SCNCC needs you if you want to become a part of our editorial/writing crew. The imperative of building an ecosocialist movement is now more urgent than ever. r34.

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