Mountain Mediation Center to host conversation on climate change

PARK CITY, Utah — Mountain Mediation Center (MMC) invites the public to join a Community Conversation that will explore how climate change is affecting that Park City community and how we react to it. Participants will have the opportunity to share their views on this issue and listen to the concerns of others – all perspectives are welcome. A range of resources will speak briefly about their ongoing environmental initiatives and participate in the small group conversations, including representatives from Recycle Utah and the Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Doug Evans, the former mayor of Oakley, and Lola Maldonado, a youth plaintiff of the “Our Children’s Trust” climate lawsuit against the state of Utah, will also share insights.

The conversation is bilingual (English/Spanish) and will take place on July 18th from 5:30-7PM at Swaner EcoCenter. Interested participants can RSVP at:

MMC’s mission is to prevent and resolve conflicts and to use the opportunity of conflict to promote transformation/change. The ongoing Community Conversations program grew from the community’s desire to be more inclusive and to address inequities – inequities that create conflict. By providing a forum for sharing experiences and ideas with a more diverse array of community members, it is possible to surface new ways of addressing issues while bringing the community closer together.

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