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Tue 10/18, 2022, 6:30pm
University of Washington presents
Climate Crisis: Finding Hope in Action and Community
A Conversation with Jamie Stroble

Faced with countless environmental crises, it can be difficult to see a path to a better world — but change doesn’t happen in a vacuum. We can find hope in the relationships we build, the communities we forge, and the power we share when we act together.

Join us for the University of Washington College of the Environment’s 2022 Doug Walker Lecture as we explore these topics and more with environmental advocate and educator Jamie Stroble ’10. This live discussion will be moderated by Maya Tolstoy, Maggie Walker Dean of the UW College of the Environment.

Pre-reception: All ticket holders are invited to enjoy beverages and small bites from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm in The Otto Bar and Cafe in The Forum.

About the Doug Walker Lecture Series

The annual Doug Walker Lecture is named for Doug Walker, who was instrumental to the founding of the College of the Environment in 2009 as a co-chair of the Advisory Board and passionate advocate for the environment. Doug passed away tragically in 2016. In order to carry on and amplify Doug’s passion for outdoor recreation and his unending desire for learning, the College of the Environment hosts this annual lecture on health and nature.

Presented by the University of Washington.

Event Sponsors





The Wilderness Society

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