Dance • Art • Acting • Writing • Performance
Photography • Design • Film • Craft
The Youth Climate Arts Network is about a fusion between science, activism and the arts, delivering socially responsible messages through creativity and imagery.
We're turning education about social responsibility upside down! Youth will be delivering the message to educate their elders, inspiring action for their future!
Interested? Have ideas? Follow us and share on social media as we develop and grow! 🌎
CLIMATE THREATS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
• Rising tides at the seashore.
• Threatened: Moose, lobster, shrimp, maple trees & syrup, snow & skiing.
• Decline in moose, lobster, shrimp, cod, maple trees and right whales due to lack of cold water copecods to feed on, and many other species.
• Fewer ski days due to lack of snow cover.
• The Gulf of Maine is becoming warmer impacting the variety of species and food for sea life.
• Heat stress, drought and poor air quality.
• More intense precipitation events, such as hurricanes, causing flooding and damage to infrastructure.
MONADNOCK YOUTH CLIMATE ARTS NETWORK
(Monadnock Youth CAN)
DO YOU BELIEVE THAT CLIMATE CHANGE IS THE MOST CRITICAL ISSUE OF OUR TIME?
Adults learn from the passion, vigor and sincere concerns of young people. We're reaching out to youth to deliver the message that climate change message in creative ways. We need to act on climate and transition to 100% renewable energy now.
• We need to take aggressive action on climate now.
• 410ppm CO2 is dangerously high.
• Climate action is everyone's responsibility.
• We can't wait until 2025, 2025 or 2050.
• The United States is lagging behind other countries instead of leading.
• We are all impacted by climate change now.
Join us in delivering the message that climate change is real, it impacts us all and we must act now to mitigate the impacts and adapt.
Friday, September 29th
Hannah Grimes Center, 5:00-7:00 PM
"Meet Your Match" Nonprofit Fair
Learn more about ECHO Action NH, our work to stop the Keene Gas Plant, reform FERC, ban fracking and our developing youth program, Monadnock Climate Arts Network!