On Oct 21, 2021 Pauline Seales talked to climate activist Tyler Maldonado about local climate activism.
They started with Tyler’s first climate protest a few years ago where he walked in front of traffic and was briefly arrested.
After the CZU fires Tyler worked with many volunteers on creating wattles – compost filled socks – to prevent toxic runoff from burnt homes getting into the watershed, river, and ocean.
Currently Tyler is working with Roland Saher at the Community Climate Corner on Pacific Ave near O’Neil’s. This is usually on Friday afternoons. They encourage people to talk about their feelings and concerns about Climate and have helpful suggestions and handouts.
More about Community Climate Corner here
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