The second seminar in a three-part 'Seeking Sustainable Solutions' series organized by Sustainable Path Foundation will take place on Monday, March 23rd. This seminar will feature Philip Mote from the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group and and Steve Malloch of the National Wildlife Federation.
From the SPF Website:
Climate change is heating up our planet. Here in Washington we are beginning to get a glimpse of what the future holds for us – sometimes too much water and at other times, too little water. How do we respond to the prospect of more floods, drought, wildfires, and other catastrophes? This seminar will look at our current situation and put forward community-wide solutions for how we respond to serious issues relating to growth, development, climate, and community. We’ll also look at personal solutions – what you can do in your home and with your lifestyle that can reduce not just your carbon footprint, but also your “water footprint.”
Date | Wednesday, March 25rd
Location | Town Hall, 1119 8th Avenue (downtown Seattle)
Reception | 5:30-6:30pm
Seminar | 6:30-8:00pm
Post Seminar Networking | 8:00-8:30pm