Events

Upcoming Events

Festival for the Eno - July 4 and 7, 2018

Climate Cooperators booth

 

ELF Electric Pedal car from Durham’s Organic Transport – an example of one of the innovative actions/choices one can make to help mitigate climate change
Climate Cooperators’ relevance to Project Drawdown – the most comprehensive plan proposed to reverse global warming
Highly Effective Actions – steps that Triangle individuals and groups can take that have significant local and global impact
Highly Effective Organizations –  groups, businesses, and organizations acting to mitigate climate change
Climate Cooperators’ methods of convening and facilitating classes and curating materials, games, and guided activities to empower individuals and actions

 

MUSIC

OVER 70 BANDS & 5 STAGES FEATURING THE BEST CONTEMPORARY AND TRADITIONAL ENTERTAINMENT FROM ESTABLISHED AND EMERGING ARTISTS

CRAFT ARTISTS

An Amazing collection of over 70 artisans

Past Events

Durham Earth Day Festival - April 2018

Climate Cooperators was represented on April 22 by Mike Rychener, our Founder. Joining him was Joe Durham, of Driver’s Network Auto

 

Climate Cooperators friend Joyce Kuhn
Climate Cooperators Founder Mike Rychener

NC Climate Summit, November 17-19, 2017, Haw River State Park, Brown Summit, NC

With youth and adults from across NC, dive deep into multi-racial and intergenerational learning.  Together, explore grassroots solutions that make our communities more resilient, equitable, and powerful, as we work to avert climate chaos.  Register Now!

Reuse!  A Documentary Screening  Because You Can’t Recycle the Planet, November 17, Durham Central Park, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Co-Sponsored by Durham OriginalsDontwasteDurham.org , and The Scrap Exchange.  Also, see DurhamGreentoGo.com

Earth Care Witness Forum11:45 a.m. – 1:00 pm, Sunday, November 5

Sponsored by the Durham Friends Meeting

Come join us as Rebecca Dodder leads us in the energy options game, GENERATE!

The game, developed by Rebecca and her colleagues at EPA, engages players ages 12 and older in planning for their own energy system, while balancing economic realities with the environmental consequences of their decisions. While it doesn’t ignore the difficult and complex choices, it breaks them down in an interesting and fun way that encourages dialogue around our energy choices. How we, as a community, state, and a nation, build our energy system over the next several decades will have profound implications for the health of our air, water, land, and climate.

The Durham Friends meetinghouse is the large building found at the back of the property at:
404 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

Bill Powers : Friday, November 3, 2017, 7:00 p.m.

  • author of North Carolina Clean Path 2025:  Achieving an Economical Clean Energy Future
  • The Friday Center at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

EcoChallenge 2017 : October 11 – 25, 2017

  • EcoChallenge Durham Launch the FutureJoin the Durham Launch the Future Team … or form your own and compete!
  • Choose your own daily or one-time challenges to get points for the team
  • See how many things you are already doing that make a difference
  • Challenge yourself to try something new!
  • Invite friends and family and challenge them!

Bike Durham Fall Social : October 7, 2017  Bike Durham Fall Social

Visit our table at the Durty Bull Brewing Company, 206 Broadway, Durham.

This is a fabulous place to hang out, hear live music, enjoy local brew, food & friends!  Bring your bike!  Or your dog!