Drawdown East End Continues

Richard Lewin

Drawdown is the point in time when greenhouse gases peak and begin to decline on a year-to-year basis, according to Paul Hawken, expert on the reversal of global warming and editor of The New York Times bestseller “Drawdown.” Inspired by the international Project Drawdown, the grassroots local initiative Drawdown East End was created in 2019 by Dorothy “Darr” Reilly, Mary Foster Morgan, and Krae Van Sickle. At “Introduction to Drawdown” on Monday, February 3 at Rogers Memorial Library, Morgan spoke about what can be done by East End community members of all ages to help create a bright future for our planet. Reducing food waste, tree planting, regenerative farming, composting, and more are part of DDEE’s plans.

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