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Solve Climate by 2030: National & State of Alabama Power Dialogue Webinar
April 7, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
<span style='font-weight: 400;'>Auburn University will host an online webinar, Solve Climate by 2030: </span><span style='font-weight: 400;'>National Power Dialog & Power Dialog for the State of Alabama, </span><span style='font-weight: 400;'>in support of the </span><a href='http://www.solveclimateby2030.org/' target='_blank' rel='noopener noreferrer'><span style='font-weight: 400;'>Solve Climate by 2030</span></a><span style='font-weight: 400;'> project. In an effort to inject optimism and spur action in conversations about solving the climate change challenge, on April 7th, 2020 all 50 states will participate in this nationally-coordinated event. This event will consist of a nationwide webinar followed by a state-based webinar with an opportunity to submit comments and questions. </span>
Meet Our Panelists:
1. Daniel Tait, Energy Alabama
2. Reverend Michael Malcom, Alabama Interfaith Power and Light
3. Karen McNeal, Auburn University Climate Science Educator
The webinar will be moderated by Mike Kensler, Director of the Auburn University Office of Sustainability.
If you registered previously you received an email with directions to join the webinar. For those of you who did not register yet, don't worry!
<p style='text-align: center;'><strong>You can still join the webinar on Zoom by clicking the link below: </strong>
<strong><a href='https://auburn.zoom.us/j/391934397'>https://auburn.zoom.us/j/391934397</a> </strong></p>
<strong>Enter this Zoom Webinar ID: </strong><strong>391 934 397</strong>
Or iPhone one-tap :
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Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
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Zoom Webinar ID: 391 934 397
International numbers available: <a href='https://auburn.zoom.us/u/abCIE0oHg5'>https://auburn.zoom.us/u/abCIE0oHg5</a>
The challenges posed by solving climate change range across history, science, business, culture, economics, psychology, religion, government, media, journalism and the arts. Faculty and instructors can access teachers guides for all these subjects for a one-hour follow-up discussion to the state-level, solutions-focused webinar.
This event is co-sponsored by the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities and the Office of Sustainability.