Are you frustrated by the amount of trash on Philadelphia’s streets and in its waterways? Do you wish that we had safer streets for bicyclists and pedestrians? Have you thought about how the city might reduce its carbon footprint? Most importantly – have you done something about it?
Clean Water Action and PennFuture are hosting an “advocacy 101” training session for those who notice problems in their neighborhoods and want to be an active participant in identifying and executing a sustainable solution. We’ll provide the framework and guidance for how to build out an advocacy campaign with an emphasis on real-life sustainability challenges in Philadelphia.
While the focus in this session will be on local sustainability issues, the skills being taught and practiced will be applicable to advocacy campaigns around any issue and on any level.
Light refreshments will be served!
SERC 108AB, Science Education and Research Center, Temple University
12th Street and Polett Walk