Dive into ‘A Hopeful Horizon for Climate’ with Park City Community Foundation

Feeling hopeless? Join the Park City Community Foundation for a keynote event that promises not just to inform but also inspire. Molly Kawahata will present ‘A Hopeful Horizon for Climate: Bridging Communications, Cognition, and the Science of Hope’ on June 4 at 7 p.m. at the Jim Santy Auditorium, 1255 Park Ave., Park City.

Gain insight into the science of hope

As Andy Hecht writes, “We are honored to host Molly Kawahata, a figure synonymous with impactful climate action and innovative environmental strategies. Molly’s insights and experiences offer a beacon of hope and a call to action for all of us concerned about our planet’s future.”

Who is Molly Kawahata?

Molly Kawahata is the Founder of Systemic Impact Strategies. Her consultancy advises leading brands, NGOs, foundations, filmmakers, content producers, campaigns, and CEOs. Within climate strategy, organizational development, communications, and branded content, she focuses on systemic solutions that drive real impact. She specializes in using the science of hope as a catalyst for positive change. Tickets are available here.

What does this mean for Park City?

Molly’s strategies have helped organizations bolster retention, productivity, morale, and employee mental health. In this case, the focus will be on climate. Methane emissions from landfills have become an escalating issue, underscoring the need for collective action against one of the most potent greenhouse gases. As Andy Hecht writes: Park City Community Foundations’s “Zero Food Waste efforts are focused on pioneering initiatives that aim to reduce and eventually eliminate methane emissions from our landfill by diverting all food waste… We have the tools, the knowledge, and the community to make an impactful change. All we need is the collective will to bring these solutions to life.” At this event, learn how you can be a part of this vital movement. Transform hard-to-hear news into a future where hope isn’t just a feeling—it’s an outcome.

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