Climate action takes center stage at our spring events

By Devon Berkshire posted 04-08-2021 13:47

  



We’re thrilled to announce that environmental justice educator Taylor Morton and climate researcher Sonali McDermid will join us and other climate organizers in conversation at our Climate Action and Environmental Justice Summit on April 22nd! 


Sonali P. McDermid, Ph.D. (she/her) is a climate scientist, modeler,
and Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at NYU.

 

Read Sonali’s full bio here.




Taylor Morton (they/them) is the Director of Environmental Health and Education at WE ACT for Environmental Justice

 

 Read Taylor’s full bio here.


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At TCG’s 2021 Virtual Conference: Our Theatre Ecology, we’re overjoyed to be joined by Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson who will sit in conversation about about the role of the arts and leadership in the climate crisis at our closing plenary on May 21st!

Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson (she/her) is a marine biologist, policy expert, writer, and Brooklyn native. She is co-founder of the non-profit think tank Urban Ocean Lab, co-director of the climate initiative The All We Can Save Project, and co-host of the podcast How to Save a Planet. Her mission is to build community around climate solutions. Find her @ayanaeliza.

 

Read Dr. Johnson’s full bio here.

 

Want to read more? Check out Dr. Johnson’s 2020 op-ed in the Washington Post about where racism and climate action collide.


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Plus, stay tuned for tomorrow where we'll announce a bright spot between Conference weeks!


TCG is grateful to our partners and supporters of the Climate Action and Environmental Justice Summit and the 2021 TCG Virtual Conference


Event Sponsorship plays an integral role in producing TCG events - including ways to reduce financial barriers for theatre practitioners across the country.

Contact Kevin Bitterman, Director of Institutional Advancement & Partnerships, to discuss opportunities to support TCG in leading for a just and thriving theatre ecology.

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