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March 23, 2017, Thursday - AAA: Refugees, Migration and Climate Change at Fulton Brewery

Time: 7:00pm

Location: Fulton Brewery, 414 N 6th Avenue

AAA: Refugees, Migration and Climate Change

Global climate change causes dramatic effect on the migration of living things — plant, animal, and insect alike. The effect on many human communities can be hugely destructive. Extreme weather events such as floods and years-long droughts become intertwined with political instability, resulting in the forced mass movement people away from their homelands.

At this edition of AAA we hear from Northern Spark artists whose projects address the connections between climate and refugees through performative installations. They are joined in conversation by a local foreign policy affairs consultant who will provide contextual data on climate-based mass migrations globally.

AAA: Anthropocene Awareness Association, a sometimes club, sometimes support group, always happy hour to discuss issues related to the core ideas of the Northern Spark festival’s year-long theme: Climate Chaos | Climate Rising. For more information, visit

Free Fulton brew with $10 membership to AAA!