In 2021, West Virginians will have a wide range of opportunities and options – on a local, state, and national basis -- to address the difficult challenges caused by global warming and the climate crisis.
To learn about and discuss these opportunities and options, the public is invited to participate in a free, live, expert-led, interactive Zoom webinar, scheduled for Monday, Jan 25, 2021 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM USET, titled: “’What Now?’ -- Climate Solutions in 2021, and Securing a Just Transition for West Virginia.”
The program speakers are to be announced. The host and discussion leader will be Michael Jones, JD, a PhD student in Political Science at West Virginia University. This program is sponsored by the West Virginia Center on Climate Change (“WV3C”), partnering with the West Virginia University College of Law Center for Energy and Sustainable Development.
Space is limited; please register now to reserve a place. Registrants will receive an acknowledgment email (if not, check spam folder), pre-event reminders, and a post-event link to a program recording.
Please share this invitation with your climate-concerned friends, family, colleagues, and students. For more information, visit the WV3C website, Facebook page, or contact Project Director Tom Rodd, firstname.lastname@example.org, 304-541-4494.
The mission of the West Virginia Center on Climate Change is to bring scientific, academic, and other expertise into civic and community settings, including online and media forums, in a nonpartisan and constructive way. The Center takes an “all of the above” and pro-innovation position on climate solutions. The Center is an informational, partnership, and leadership resource for individuals, organizations, and institutions.