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Climate Reality Project: Shelton

“The Climate Reality Project: Hope for the Future” will be presented on four different dates and at four different locations. There is no cost to attend, registration is not required, and it’s open to the public.


27 Feb. 2018 (Tuesday), 6-7 PM, Olympic College-Poulsbo, room 105.
28 Feb. (Wednesday), 6-7 PM, Olympic College-Shelton, the Johnson Library Reading
1 Mar. (Thursday), 6-7 PM, Peninsula College—Port Townsend
22 Mar. (Thursday), 6-7 PM, Norm Dicks Center, 345 6th Street, Bremerton, 1st floor chambers


     “With seas rising, global heat records falling, and storms becoming more and more devastating, the reality of climate change has never been clearer. With clean energy solutions like wind and solar getting more affordable, batteries getting better, and buildings becoming more efficient every year, we can see the way forward. The good news doesn’t end there. Thanks to 195 countries signing the historic Paris Agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions planet-wide, the world is united in working for a safe and sustainable future with net-zero carbon emissions by the second half of this century. Climate Reality is working to accelerate the global shift from activities driving climate change to renewables so we can power our lives and economies without destroying our planet. But we can only do it together with a deep understanding of the current global situation and the science behind it.”               Presenter: Dr. Adelia Ritchie

Sponsor: Western Washington University
source: https://ee.wwu.edu/wls (accessed 16 Jan 2018). Note: Please check the WWU schedule closer to the time that you plan to attend to ensure the event is still scheduled as listed above.
 

Earlier Event: February 27
Climate Reality Project: Poulsbo