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March 22, 2022
11:00 am
Online Event, 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Pacific

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What is it that motivates us to protect places of tremendous natural beauty, conditions that nurture strong, resilient communities, wild spaces that serve nothing more than biological diversity, or our collective right to a sustainable way of life so we might be able to leave a liveable world for future generations?

Join Chris Jordan, photographic artist and filmmaker, and Jenny Price, writer and artist, for our online event: From Art to Action: Finding Beauty and Protecting What You Love. We’ll explore why a reverence for natural beauty can be an important motivating factor in what we deem important—and as a result, how we choose to act.


Chris Jordan’s work explores the collective shadow of contemporary mass culture from a variety of photographic and conceptual perspectives. Edge-walking the lines between beauty and horror, abstraction and representation, the near and the far, the visible and the invisible, Jordan’s images confront the enormous power of humanity’s collective will. His works are exhibited and published worldwide.

Jenny Price is the author of Stop Saving the Planet!: An Environmentalist Manifesto. A public writer and artist who works passionately on environmental justice, she is co-founder of the public art collective LA Urban Rangers, a co-creator of the popular Our Malibu Beaches phone app, and author of “Thirteen Ways of Seeing Nature in L.A.” She is currently a Research Fellow at the Sam Fox School at Washington University-St. Louis. You can find out about her work at jennyjjprice.net.

A minimum donation of $25 will grant you access to the live, online event and a recording as soon as it’s available.

Post Carbon Institute’s “Take Action” series of webinars is designed to influence participants to take action toward building resilience in their lives and communities. Thousands of people have attended our Take Action webinars that tackle tough issues such as improving access to healthy food, communicating effectively with skeptics about climate change, and maintaining mental health during trying times.

Check out our previous Take Action events.

Published February 9, 2022