IMPORTANCE OF FORESTS IN THE TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE
A SERIES OF TALKS ABOUT THE
CRITICAL IMPORTANCE OF FORESTS
IN THE TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Please join Climate Action Now and Save Massachusetts Forests on May 12th & 19th for the first two talks in our series. Forests are vital in mitigating climate change, and restoring and sustaining healthy ecosystems to protect biodiversity, provide clean air and water, and enhance human health.
We’re excited to present the latest forest science and policy
from these experts!
There will be time for Q & A following each talk.
Tuesday, May 12 at 7:00 p.m. EST
Reducing Heat Trapping Emissions from Energy Use and Storing More Carbon in Forests to Achieve a Safe Climate
Dr. William R. Moomaw, Professor Emeritus, Center for International Environment & Resource Policy at Tufts University, lead author of five reports for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, former director of the Climate & Energy Program at the World Resources Institute.
Tuesday, May 19 at 7:00 p.m. EST
Our Massachusetts Forests: To Cut, or Not to Cut?
Michael Kellett, Executive Director and co-founder of RESTORE: The North Woods and Dr. Bill Stubblefield, biologist and expert on the role forests can play in mitigating climate change and biodiversity collapse.
The talks are free, but registration is required.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation with a link to join the meeting. Please register if you can’t attend and want a link to the recorded talk. Do not share the link because it will only work for you.
More talks coming in June…stay tuned!
Arise for Social Justice; Concerned Citizens of Franklin County; Franklin County Continuing the Political Revolution, Climate Change Committee; The Enviro Show; Extinction Rebellion Western MA; Green Berkshires; The Hitchcock Center; Keep the Woods; MA 350-Berkshires; Mothers Out Front Pioneer Valley; Partnership for Policy Integrity; Restore: The North Woods; Representative Lindsay Sabadosa, 1st Hampshire District; Springfield Climate Justice Coalition; Traprock Center for Peace & Justice; Wendell State Forest Alliance
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