Climate Change - An Intro on the Science & A Risk Assessment

Date: September 12, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Sustainable Jersey Atlantic Cape May Regional Hub plans
Climate Change Program 

 C-Change “Primer,” a non-partisan, multi-media presentation on the science of climate change

Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 
 6 pm
Ocean City Free Public Library♦1735 Simpson Avenue♦Ocean City, NJ 08226. 
C-Change Primer has been widely hailed as an intelligent, dispassionate introduction to climate change, according to event coordinator, Ralph Cooper, co-chair of the Atlantic Cape May Sustainable Jersey Hub.  This hub event is sponsored by the Ocean City Free Public Library in collaboration with the Upper Twp. Green Team, Ocean City Green Team, and the Ocean City Environmental Commission.
The 45-minute program will be presented by Harriette Brainard and has been developed by the C-Change Conversation group in consultation with scientists, business leaders, and public policy experts working on climate change. The C-Change team has traveled the country presenting the Primer to community groups, business organizations, planning associations and others interested in a fair and balanced approach to the issue. Their stated aim is to create an environment where people feel encouraged and safe to ask questions about climate change.
According to C-Change, the Sept. 12th Ocean City program of “Primer” is a concise, non-partisan, scientifically based presentation created to answer the five questions that the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication says are held by Americans across the political spectrum. 
The group said in its announcement that these questions include: 
How do we know it's real?
How do we know it is us?
What do scientists think?
What are the dangers?
Is there hope we can address it?
Brainard's presentation is a primer on climate change that was created by C-Change Conversations, a non-partisan non-profit dedicated to promoting informed discussion around climate change and its impacts. The goal is to provide a clear and accessible overview of the science behind climate change and a clear eyed assessment of potential risks ahead. 
Registration details for this Sept. 12th event will be published in the near future.
For more information about C-Change visit their website >
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Registration requested, but walk-ins welcome.
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