Mary DeMocker

Author Mary DeMocker workshop presented on October.20, 2019

Video and resources posted below.

The 2018 UN climate report gave humanity only 12 years to slash our carbon emissions nearly in half – or face irreversible climate tipping points. Many people now despair over our prospects, especially under the current political leadership, and don’t know how to help turn things around. On October 20, 2019, Author Mary DeMocker shared ways to feel empowered in the fight for a healthy planet while deepening our connections to one another.

Workshop Video (from 10/20/19)


Summary 1-Page 13 Things you can Do. [pdf]
Advise from CarrieAnn& Susan for Teaching Climate in your classroom. This is a one pager – very useful. mentioned in chapter 56. [pdf]
Article in SUN Magazine. “Before it’s too late” Mary’s interview with Mary Wood. Feb. 2019 issue
Join Kids Fighting for Climate Justice” 2pg by Mary DeMocker in Skipping Stones Fall 2019
Article in SUN Magazine. “Before it’s too late” Mary’s interview with Mary Wood. Feb. 2019 issue

Tor’s Introductory Slides with ORG Links.
RESOURCES shared at the Workshop by participants. Googledoc.

PODCAST INTERVIEW: Matt O’Donnell and Anna Babarinde, of Sonoma County Office of Education, interview Mary about strategies for integrating climate education into the classroom. Posted. October 11, 2019

ARTICLE published in Sonoma West Times & News on October 10, 2019, featuring Sebastopol Carbon Conversations and Mary’s upcoming workshop on Oct. 20th.

ARTICLE published in Press Democrat on Oct. 18,2019.

The Book…

Mary DeMocker’s book, The Parents’ Guide to Climate Revolution: 100 Ways to Build a Fossil-Free Future, Raise Empowered Kids, and Still Get a Good Night’s Sleep, features a foreword by Bill McKibben and is a finalist for the 2019 Oregon Book Award. DeMocker, the co-founder and former creative director of 350 Eugene, has written for The Sun, The Oregonian, and Common Dreams. Here is the Table of Contents topics. pdf.

How to Purchase the book after the workshop

Copies of the book are available at various sources online. If you’d like to support local non-profit organization Rahus-Solar Schoolhouse and the Carbon Conversation/Teach Climate SoCo effort, Purchase any amount of books via this online tool below , then arrange to pick up at Tor & Dena/Rahus work/live space in Sebastopol – 7966 Mill Station Rd. Sebastopol CA 707-829-3154. THIS IS ONLY FOR LOCAL PICKUPS. If you’d like to purchase several copies and need shipping, email to arrange.

The Sponsors…

Sebastopol Carbon Conversations & Teach Climate workshop series are sponsored by The Rahus Institute and Sebastopol Grange. In collaboration with 350 Sonoma County.