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Wednesday, January 18, 7:30 pm: Mike Carr, author of Bioregionalism & Civil Society: Democratic Changes to Corporate Globalism - a critical exploration of the bioregional movement in North America*. Bioregional values and community building tools support a diverse, democratic society that respects and cares for the natural world. Mike Carr has been a community activist and educator in antiracism, the environment and ecological sustainability." He is an Adjunct Professor at the UBC School of Community & Regional Planning, where he teaches Bioregional Mapping.

Monday, January 23, 7:30 pm: What will we eat when the oil runs out? Dr. Wayne Roberts, Coordinator of the Toronto Food Policy Council, will bring his extensive experience in food security to explore the following questions: How can the world's population be fed without the extensive use of fossil fuels in the production, processing and distribution of food? What changes can we make to implement food security at the local level, while promoting popular education, public health and community control? Co-sponsored by the Necessary Voices Society and the Vancouver Food Policy Council.
Alma VanDusen & Peter Kaye Room, Lower Level, Central Library, 350 West Georgia St. Admission is free.
For more information about other events in this series and to hear previous talks go to: www.necessaryvoices.org

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