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CCT Dine and Discuss – The Urgency of Now
June 21 @ 6:00 pm$35
ABOUT THE DINNER
Noted filmmaker, activist, environmentalist and current Collier County Waterkeeper, K.C. Schulberg addresses the climate crisis both from a global perspective and how it impacts SWFL.
KC attended the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland last November, producing and hosting 13 one-hour live programs each day for the 340 Waterkeeper chapters around the world and the general public. He will attend COP27 to be held in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt and will be reporting live from the conference again this November.
Vourla Cafe is welcoming us with open arms and is excited to have our group! A wide variety of freshly homemade Mediterranean food will be served family style at the tables.
$35 – includes appetizers, salad, entrées, and dessert.
Wine and mixed drinks can be ordered separately from the full bar.
Refund Policy: Refunds only available up to 3 days before the event.
Eligible refunds are subject to a $3.70 service fee.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Before being named the Collier County Waterkeeper in October 2021, noted filmmaker KC Schulberg served for three years as Executive Director of Calusa Waterkeeper, starting in 2018. While there, KC plied his filmmaking skills, directing, producing and writing three documentaries: TROUBLED WATERS (2019 – 38 mins), ETERNAL VIGILANCE (2020 – 26 mins) and WATERBORNE (2021 – 26 mins).