CRYPTO: What's It Doing to Mother Earth -- and You? Webinar Sat Dec 11

CRYPTO: What's It Doing to Mother Earth -- and You? Webinar Sat Dec 11 r1 ... r33 Let's find out! Join us for an online critical evaluation of the latest capitalist craze: Cryptocurrency, with three women who've spent years both studying corporate fossil fuels, justice, community rights, and related issues and fighting corporate invasions in the trenches. Their presentations will be followed by an interactive Q&A with those registered for the Zoom. As always, it's free!

Saturday, December 11, 2021

1:00 p.m. Eastern (U.S./Canada)
Noon p.m. Central (U.S./Canada)
11:00 a.m. Mountain (U.S./Canada)
10:00 a.m. Pacific (U.S./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

Karen Edelstein is the Eastern Program coordinator for FracTracker Alliance. She blends her backgrounds as an environmental scientist, educator, and writer with her love of cartography to create informative, accessible interactive maps that tell stories about the impacts of the oil and gas industry on human and environmental health. Karen is also active in numerous fights for a clean and sustainable environment in her home region, the Finger Lakes of New York State.
Maura Stephens is a journalist, educator, artist, and farmer. Having moved from mainstream (Newsweek, etc.) to independent media (Truthout, etc.), she believes advocacy for people and planet are professional obligations. She has written and activated on numerous issues, lately focused on related aspects of climate chaos, migration, food security/sovereignty, human rights, media reform, education, and organizing. Maura is a member of System Change Not Climate Change’s coordinating committee and editorial board.

Yvonne Taylor is a speech-language therapist working with disabled young people and the vice president of all-volunteer Seneca Lake Guardian, a Waterkeeper Alliance Affiliate. In the latter role Yvonne has worked for more than a decade to preserve and protect the Finger Lakes region of New York State from predatory corporations seeking to exploit natural resources for private financial gain.

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System Change Not Climate Change is a loose, grassroots network of ecosocialists dedicated to seeing the end of capitalism and its attendant racism, sexism, xenophobia, ineqality, inequity, militarism, corporatism, and climate change disruption (to name a few of its ills).

We do so by educating ourselves and others about the alternatives we have if only we choose them a sustainable future built on ecosocialist principles. Front and center is our one and only Mother Earth, on whose beneficence and health we rely (as do so many other creatures who share our planet) for our own sustenance and long-term viability.

If you feel despair, rage, or frustration about the state of things, read our Points of Unity and see if you find ideas that resonate with you. Join us — and be challenged, informed, and buoyed!

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