Announcing an Earth Day Series of Programs 
at the College of Complexes in April

The College of Complexes, The Playground for People Who Think, will be presenting four programs on ecological issues in conjunction with Earth Day.. The college meets at 6:00 PM every Saturday on Zoom at, or by telephone at (312) 626- 6799, Meeting ID: 812 1646 7150.

For information on the college see the main website at The college is volunteer operated, maintains no membership, and all meetings are open to the public.  The complete schedule of upcoming speakers is available at:

April 9th      One Earth Collective 
Upcoming Earth Week Mini Film Festival in partnership with the City of Chicago (Apr 18-24, 2022)
Meeting # 3,661  or  
One Earth Collective harnesses the power of people through vibrant environmental programming that inspires action, facilitates learning, and fosters inclusion to create safer communities and a healthier planet.  

Video of this presentation is posted in the CoC Lecture Library

April 16th    "Green Hydrogen" - What Is It and What Role Might it Play in Helping the World                         Get to a Net-Zero Carbon Economy
Meeting # 3,662 - Allan Lindrup
Presenter is an activist with the Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice Environmental Task Force, and a member of numerous environmental organizations.

Canadian Pacific has a program to design and build North America’s first line-haul hydrogen-powered locomotive using fuel cells and batteries

Video of this presentation is posted in the CoC Lecture Library

April 23rd    Green Party Candidates for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRD)
Meeting # 3,663 - Toneal M. Jackson and Mark Buettner
Created in 1889 as the Sanitary District of Chicago, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) today is an award-winning, special-purpose district responsible for treating wastewater and providing stormwater management for residents and businesses in its service area, which encompasses 882.1 square miles and includes Chicago and 128 suburban communities throughout Cook County. The MWRD serves approximately 12.72 million people each day, including 5.16 million residents.  Info Get Involved /

April 30th    Proof there is a Primitive Species Living in the Forests of the US, and The Need
                      to Preserve / Restore Their Habitat
National Arbor Day is April 29, 2022 
Meeting # 3,664 – Charles Paidock, Secretary, Chicago Greens, will speak on “cryptozoology” and the why the lumber industry, land conversion, and urban sprawl should be stopped

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