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Mar
1
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Mar 1 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Mar
8
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Mar 8 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Mar
15
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Mar 15 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Mar
22
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Mar 22 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Mar
29
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Mar 29 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Apr
5
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Apr 5 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Apr
12
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Apr 12 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Apr
19
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Apr 19 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Join by phone – dial by your location
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Apr
26
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Apr 26 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
Join Zoom Meeting by Computer
Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
3
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 3 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
10
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 10 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
17
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 17 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
24
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 24 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
31
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 31 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
Join Zoom Meeting by Computer
Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jun
7
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jun 7 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jun
14
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jun 14 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jun
21
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jun 21 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jun
28
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jun 28 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jul
5
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jul 5 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jul
12
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jul 12 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jul
19
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jul 19 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jul
26
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jul 26 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
2
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 2 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
9
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 9 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
16
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 16 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
23
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 23 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
30
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 30 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Sep
6
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Sep 6 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Sep
13
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Sep 13 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Sep
20
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Sep 20 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Sep
27
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Sep 27 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Oct
4
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Oct 4 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Oct
11
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Oct 11 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Oct
18
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Oct 18 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Oct
25
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Oct 25 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Nov
1
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Nov 1 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Nov
8
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Nov 8 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Nov
15
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Nov 15 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Nov
22
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Nov 22 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Nov
29
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Nov 29 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Dec
6
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Dec 6 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Dec
13
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Dec 13 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Dec
20
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Dec 20 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Dec
27
Fri
2024
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Dec 27 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jan
3
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jan 3 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jan
10
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jan 10 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jan
17
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jan 17 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jan
24
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jan 24 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jan
31
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jan 31 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Feb
7
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Feb 7 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Feb
14
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Feb 14 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Feb
21
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Feb 21 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Feb
28
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Feb 28 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Mar
7
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Mar 7 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Mar
14
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Mar 14 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Mar
21
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Mar 21 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Mar
28
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Mar 28 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Apr
4
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Apr 4 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Apr
11
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Apr 11 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Apr
18
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Apr 18 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Apr
25
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Apr 25 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
2
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 2 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
9
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 9 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
16
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 16 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
23
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 23 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
May
30
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
May 30 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jun
6
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jun 6 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jun
13
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jun 13 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jun
20
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jun 20 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jun
27
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jun 27 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jul
4
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jul 4 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
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Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jul
11
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jul 11 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jul
18
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jul 18 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
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Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Jul
25
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Jul 25 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
Join Zoom Meeting by Computer
Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
    +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
1
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 1 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
    +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
8
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 8 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
15
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 15 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
22
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 22 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Aug
29
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Aug 29 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
Join Zoom Meeting by Computer
Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
    +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Sep
5
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Sep 5 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
Join Zoom Meeting by Computer
Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
    +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Sep
12
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Sep 12 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
Join Zoom Meeting by Computer
Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
    +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Sep
19
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Sep 19 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
Join Zoom Meeting by Computer
Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
    +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.
Sep
26
Fri
2025
Elders Community Conversation – every Friday @ Online
Sep 26 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fridays
3 PM (ET) | Noon (PT)
Join Zoom Meeting by Computer
Join by phone – dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
    +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
    +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
    +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 287 017 592
Join the Community Conversation
Last week, ECA’s Community Conversations began. Ground rules for respecting each other, and a short, guided meditation set a positive, caring tone for the meeting. Breakout groups talked about what is sustaining and engaging us, from nature walks to keeping in touch with friends and relations, and feeling gratitude for life and the environment. One attendee told about a group that made and sold fish tacos and donated the proceeds to a homeless shelter. We reflected on how the pandemic has revised our behavior, ways to take action on behalf of those suffering loss or unemployment, and how to help our adult children and grandchildren
while sheltering in place.
We hope you’ll join us for informal small group conversations where we can share ideas and stories of ways to keep up our work as elder climate activists. We’re here for you just like we’re here for the grandchildren and all future generations.