“Sonoma is the place I love most in the world, and I honestly didn’t think this kind of thing was ever going to happen [here]. I think about climate disasters a lot. I’m very happy that my family is safe, but they and a lot of other people in Sonoma, Santa Rosa and Napa have joined the growing community of people around the world who are living through the worst impacts of climate change. We knew this would happen. We saw this coming. But our political system has been far too slow to respond… The good news is we know how to stop this problem. ”
– May Boeve 350.org
After a summer of extreme weather around the world, Amy Goodman hosts a roundtable discussion at the Community Media Center of Marin with environmental leaders on next steps
Lindsey Allen, executive director of the Rainforest Action Network.
Dallas Goldtooth, organizer with the Indigenous Environmental Network.
May Boeve, executive director of 350 Action, the political arm of the climate organization 350.org.
Watch this roundtable of environmental leaders discussing how to respond to the climate chaos that has reached our own valley. (13 minutes)