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Author Talk: The Conceivable Future

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About This Event

Co-authors Meghan Elizabeth Kallman and Josephine Ferorelli turned a decade of work with their organization, Conceivable Future,into a no-nonsense, compassionate guide for authentic family and political life amid the climate crisis. The Conceivable Future: Planning Families and Taking Action in the Age of Climate Crisis is an empathetic, data-backed argument written in conversational prose that cuts through the noise to address how people, on an individual and collective level, can get politically involved to make the world safer for everyone’s children. 

The Conceivable Future explores the ways in which the erosion of our planet impacts our personal decisions about family planning, parenting, and political action. This book offers fresh, timely insights to questions such as: How do I decide to have a baby when there’s the threat of environmental collapse? How do I parent a child in the middle of the climate crisis? What can I actually do to help stop global warming?

Kallman, a sociologist and Rhode Island State Senator, and Ferorelli, an activist and writer, offer both informed perspective and practical steps for taking meaningful action in combating the climate crisis, while also making smart, balanced decisions when it comes to starting and maintaining a family.

Copies of The Conceivable Future will be available for purchase.

For more information, contact Lisa Prolman at librarian@greenfieldpubliclibrary.org or call us at (413) 772 – 1544.

This program is free and open to everyone in our community.

Event Details

Date & Time: July 10 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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Event Cost: Free

Event Venue

Venue Name: Greenfield Public Library
Phone: 413-772-1544
Address:
412 Main St
Greenfield, MA 01301 United States
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