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Transition Colorado Presents: Chris Martenson Live (July 16)

Chris Martenson, creator of the Crash Course video series—an in-depth exploration of our current global economic kerfuffle—will be making an appearance in Boulder, Colorado, this week to talk about how we can shape our future and thrive in the face of multiple crises. The event is sponsored by Transition Colorado.

Martenson will also be on hand Saturday the 18TH and Sunday the 19TH to present “The Crash Course Seminars: Thriving in Any Future.” See www.transitionbouldercounty.org/crashcourse.html for full details.

TRANSITION COLORADO PRESENTS

CHRIS MARTENSON LIVE

THE CRASH COURSE:
THRIVING IN ANY FUTURE

Thursday, July 16 at 7PM
Unity Church, 2855 Folsom Street, Boulder, CO

Economic turbulence…Resource depletion…Environmental concerns…

How will your future be affected? What can you do about it?

The next twenty years are going to be completely unlike the last twenty.
Changes in the economy, energy, and the environment are converging to create an unprecedented future.
Are you ready?

THE CRASH COURSE explains our current situation, what is likely to happen next, and what you can do about it.
Hear Chris Martenson in person, the man who predicted our current economic situation more than five years ago
—and who can help you better appreciate the optimism found within these challenges.

Admission $5 in advance or at the door. Tickets available from your local Transition Initiative.

[email protected] or 303-494-1521

Download a PDF of the press release.


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