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June Primary Results and Climate Change Panel

  • Holy Nativity Episcopal Church 6700 West 83rd Street Los Angeles, CA, 90045 United States (map)
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Doors Open, Wine & Snacks: 6:00pm
Program Begins: 6:30pm
$5 Suggested Donation

Interested in how the June 5th primary results might impact our chances to Flip the House? Join us as we share insights and answer questions.  We'll be announcing new Voter Outreach opportunities including an Adopt-a-District unveiling.  It's not too early to join other Club members and help us win in November!  

Climate Change impacts our health and the future of our planet. Despite climate change denial at the federal level, action can still occur at the local level. We are fortunate to have three speakers join us for an informative discussion on what we can we do locally to help find climate solutions, even as the Trump Administration continues to roll back environmental regulations. We hope you will join us for this timely and important discussion.

Featured Speakers:

Huguette Perez
Citizens' Climate Lobby

Huguette joined Citizens Climate Lobby after seeing the effects global warming has had on her hometown of Miami, in particular increased flooding and strength of hurricanes affecting the area. She meets regularly with her Congressional Representatives office to help advance climate policy and also assists with tabling events and speaking opportunities in her community.

Jeff Cohlberg
Citizens’ Climate Lobby

Jeff Cohlberg received a BA in Chemistry from Cornell University and a PhD in Biochemistry from UC Berkeley.  He was a professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at California State University, Long Beach, from 1975 until his retirement in 2016.  He has been a volunteer for Citizens’ Climate Lobby since 2016 and serves as the Outreach Chair for the Long Beach/South Bay Chapter.

Jonathan Parfrey
Executive Director, Climate Resolve

Prior to founding Climate Resolve, Jonathan Parfrey served as a commissioner at LADWP from 2008-2013). He also a founder and Vice Chair of CicLAvia, the popular street event, as well as the founder of the Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability, and the statewide Alliance of Regional Collaboratives for Climate Adaptation.