Vancouver's Leader in Transition toward Strong, Resilient, Complete Communities
Time: September 23, 2019 from 6pm to 9:30pm
Location: [to limit number to 12 or fewer, specific location info given only to those who register.] Currently in Commercial Drive/First Ave area
Street: Commercial Drive/First Ave area
Event Neighbourhood and Type: commercial, drive, area, participatory, discussion
Organized By: Fred Bass
Latest Activity: Oct 2
A FREE, facilitated discussion to:
-explore and share thoughts, feelings and plans regarding possible impacts on us of ecological collapse;
-help find meaning and clarity in this uncertain world and, together, help build our resilience.
Facilitator: Fred Bass is a community medicine physician whose past work focused on tobacco addiction and who served on Vancouver city council from 1999 to 2005.
Pre-registration is necessary to limit the number to 12 participants to provide everyone a full chance to speak. Specifics about location provided to those who register.
TO ENQUIRE OR REGISTER:
call/text (604) 657-1481
Again, pre-registration is required, so please invite friends to register but not show up at last minute. Thanks.
a word of caution: Persons who are vulnerable to depression or other mental health issues, or who have had a recent major personal loss, should delay participation until they are encouraged to do so from a counsellor, health professional or supportive friend.
Further info: Five Eco-resilience workshops were held in 2019, from January to May. Despite the seriousness of this subject, each of the 5 groups felt positive and energized at the close of the workshop.
Follow-up will take the form of "Eco-resilience Gatherings" to begin in 2020 providing those interested an opportunity to socialize, to share announcements and to join a discussion led by people with key experience in building community-level, Transition-Town/ Village-Vancouver style resilience.