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Sat, Mar 23


Merrimac + Main Sanctuary

LECTURE: Combating Climate Change: What makes the most impact?

Part of our Winter Lecture Series for Lifelong Learning

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LECTURE: Combating Climate Change: What makes the most impact?
LECTURE: Combating Climate Change: What makes the most impact?

Time & Location

Mar 23, 2024, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Merrimac + Main Sanctuary, 115 W Merrimac St, Dodgeville, WI 53533, USA


About the event

ENROADS is a transparent, freely available climate policy simulation model that provides policy makers and the public with the ability to explore for themselves the likely consequences of climate policies It was developed jointly by Climate Interactive and MIT Sloan School of Management. Join us and be prepared to interactively explore how policies affect green-house-gas emissions, temperature, sea-level-rise and much more!

Phil Smith is a retired environmental engineer. He spent the majority of his career investigating and remediating hazardous waste sites across the United States and Canada. He was a primary author on two of the main US EPA hazardous waste guidance documents and also served on the Wisconsin technical advisory committee during the development of the Wisconsin hazardous waste code NR 700 series. Phil is currently an active member of Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL), an international organization focusing on reducing greenhouse gas emissions throughout the world. Following retirement Phil researched top environmental organizations focusing on climate change action. He joined CCL because it emphasized professionalism, values and focus on solutions to climate change. CCL has 593 chapters and over 200,000 members; most are located throughout the US.

Join us after the lecture for catered snacks and a shared activity.

This lecture made possible by funding from the Community Foundation of South Central Wisconsin and generous community support. Your donation of $5-$15 is appreciated and will go towards this and other programming at M+M.

Registration is OPTIONAL but will allow us to send you updates and reminders about this event. Please let us know on the registration page if you will need child care or transportation in order to attend the lecture.

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