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Climate Resiliency and What It Means for the Finger Lakes
This presentation will introduce the climate change situation and concerns for the health of our water and land. Specific focus will be on the consequences and solutions for the Finger Lakes basin and what individuals can do to improve their climate footprint. Resources specific to the Finger Lakes area will be provided. In addition to Q&A, the webinar will be followed by an optional discussion session when participants can share information about local activities.

Fred Stoss has been a dedicated environmental researcher and advocate since his student days. He holds degrees in biology, zoology and library science, has conducted over a decade of research in toxicology and environmental health, and has dedicated his professional life to sustainability research and environmental advocacy,
He has more than 100 articles and more than 100 professional presentations in the areas of environmental science and library science to his credit and has been cited as a climate leader in the United States by the Climate Reality Project, which is dedicated to unleashing a global cultural movement demanding action on the climate crisis. In 2020 he received the University at Buffalo’s prestigious SLICE (Sustainability Leadership, Innovation and Collaborative Engagement) award in recognition of climate change advocacy and education within the community.

May 2, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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