Environmental and Animal Protection plus Vegetarian Events Calendars
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Also see the Political Events Calendar for types of events not directly related to the above subject areas.
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|11/16/2018||Join Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA for a three part series and listen to professionals present their findings on the environmental impact of meat production and the alternative impact of a plant-based diet. Please reserve just one space (November 16) for all three presentations. This is a free event . . . donations welcome at the door.
November 16th, 7-8:30pm: Tarah Heinzen, Staff Attorney with Food & Water Watch, will speak about how industrial livestock production impacts the environment and some of the legal, policy, and organizing strategies for holding the factory farm industry accountable.
November 30th, 7-8:30pm: Education Field Director, Janessa Olsen, from Ethical Choices Program will discuss the role of animal welfare in making informed and compassionate food choices and how the affordability of animal products is negatively reflected in the lives of billions of animals within the agriculture industry.
December 7th, 7-8:30pm: Debra Shapiro, MD and certified Plant Based Nutrition expert and Health Coach, will speak about reversible diseases associated with meat and dairy consumption, how to achieve ideal physical health through a plant-based diet, and steps to take in exploring this significant lifestyle change.
All three talks will be held at the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCAs Center for Compassion, 1450 Rollins Road in Burlingame. Register for this series at: https://phsf2f.eventbrite.com
|11/29/2018||Bay Area Art in the 21st Century with Creative Growth
November 28, 7-9PM
Danforth Lecture Hall, across from museum.
In partnership with Art 21, MCAM will screen an episode of the current season of Art in the 21st Century featuring Bay Area artists including Creative Growth Art Center, Katie Grannan, Lynn Hershman Leeson, and Stephanie Syjuco. Creative Growth Director, Tom di Maria and featured artists William Scott will discuss making art in the Bay Area followed by a Q&A with the audience.
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