Climate Change: What's Happening, Why, And What Can We Do About It?

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Climate Change: What's Happening, Why, And What Can We Do About It?
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Climate Change: What's Happening, Why, And What Can We Do About It? says
Pete Dunkelberg is an advocate of good science education, and as a member of Florida Citizens for Science, helped defend Florida’s new and much improved K-12 science standards, which included evolution for the first time. Pete will speak about the climate changes that are already happening, what will happen if we don't change our ways, and how the Greenhouse Effect works. Central Florida's climate has not changed much yet, but other places already have real problems. A lot of things are being done around the world to make cities and communities more resilient in the face of changing climate. These changes are beneficial and often just plain nice once you get them, but they are like playing defense against a growing threat. Come prepared to discuss ideas, including yours, for what to actually do locally, nationally and globally.

All programs are held the 3rd Wed of the month at 6:30/45 pm, at Harry P. Leu Gardens.: 1920 N Forest Ave, Orlando, FL 32803Free parking. Free program.

Door opens at 6:30/45 pm, with light snacks and socializing.Programs are held from 7 - 8:45 pm.A brief discussion of environmental issues precedes the program with info on upcoming, fun, outings -- A great way to meet more environmental folk and network for certain.

*Admission is always free, and the public is invited -- So come on down, and bring some friends! Join Sierra Club for as little as just $15 right now, as this money helps fund our meeting spaces, as well as, our outings, sponsor speakers, and much, much more. Everyone with Central Florida Sierra Club Group is an unpaid volunteer. We're doing what we can to better the local community. It takes a village. And we thank you for being part of that village.

Become a new member for just $15 here:!form=00P3100000SKGM1EAP

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Hope to see you at the meeting this, and every month.

Contact Maria, if you have meeting/topic/speaker suggestion, or ideas:

Thank you for caring about our natural world.

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By: Sierra Club Central Florida Group