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How does rural America want the next President to tackle climate change?
This fall, Grist is teaming up with the Peoples Climate Movement for the next in our series of discussions about the impacts faced by communities that are on the front lines of climate change, including communities of color, rural communities, low-income communities, displaced workers and indigenous peoples.

On September 9th, we’ll be hosting a virtual town hall discussion, moderated by Grist journalist Nate Johnson, about the climate challenges faced by rural communities. Taking place just days before the 3rd presidential debate, Lindsay Harper, Deputy Director at Georgia WAND, John Brown, a rancher and a member of the Northern Plains Resource Council, and Nicole Horseherder, Executive Director at To Nizhoni Ani will take your questions on the dangers that rural communities face from climate change, what they’d like presidential candidates to know about how their communities are adapting, and what kind of policies can support their work.

Tune in online to ask questions and hear more about the issue of climate change and rural communities heading into 2020, and what that means for our vision of a just and equitable future for climate, jobs and justice.

Sep 9, 2019 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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