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Compelling Questions: What Does Climate Change Mean for Massachusetts Plants and Animals?

Compelling Questions: What Does Climate Change Mean for Massachusetts Plants and Animals?

PLEASE NOTE: This is a virtual talk. Please CLICK HERE to register and receive the link to join.

The Compelling Questions lecture series tackles a variety of current topics that affect our increasingly global society. Topics might include geopolitical concerns, scientific inquiries, and social justice subjects. Speakers will address the topic question of the month and help attendees learn more about these important questions.

The Massachusetts Audubon Society will present, A Changing Climate in Massachusetts. As we become more exposed to the impacts of global climate change, you may be asking yourself what it means for Massachusetts. This presentation will introduce the ongoing effects climate change has on the Commonwealth’s plants and animals, and the habitats they rely on. Take a look at what’s happening in your own neighborhood, and what actions you can take individually and collectively to mitigate them.

Our presenter for this month's Compelling Questions program is David Moon. David Moon is Community Science and Coastal Resilience Manager for Mass Audubon North Shore and works from Joppa Flats Education Center in Newburyport. David has spent 40 years in environmental education as a teacher, non-formal program director, and administrator. Other work included Executive Director of a citizen science organization he founded, farm-based education programs, and he teaches Tropical Forest Ecology in Costa Rica for Franklin Pierce University. David has an MS in Environmental Education from Antioch University New England. 

Paid for by the Marjorie Scoboria Lecture Fund.


Tuesday, May 30, 2023
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Online - Zoom #1
  Adult > Lecture     Adult > Social Justice     Adult     Featured Event  
For online registrations: Event URL: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_twpg_NJzQziIdg1-BhZNNg

Event Organizer

Jianna Chrisopher

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