POSTPONED: Conversations on Conservation: Understanding Climate Change

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Sunday April 26

2:00 PM  –  4:00 PM

POSTPONED: We are working to reschedule this program for the Fall of 2020. Please stay tuned to our website for our rescheduled date for this program.

 

Preregistration required to reserve a seat.  Please preregister early as this program for adults is expected to sell out.

Program participants meet in the Auditorium at Rowe Woods Visitor Center.

Hosted by Cory Christopher, Director of the Center for Conservation at Cincinnati Nature Center, this popular series promotes science with solutions by sharing information about conservation research and initiatives and by connecting like-minded people who want to help make a difference.

Understanding Climate Change: What’s the Big Deal About Carbon?

Dr. Jeff Corney, Executive Director of Cincinnati Nature Center, tackles the complexity of climate science, particularly greenhouse gas accumulation in our atmosphere and its impact on global weather phenomena. 

Following the lecture, Dr. Cory Christopher, Director of the Center for Conservation will moderate an open discussion between the presenter and the audience. Moving beyond the traditional Q&A, audience members will have the opportunity to network with each other about local initiatives relevant to the topic, and share ways that everyone can contribute. 

Free for Cincinnati Nature Center member adults.  Daily admission fee for nonmember adults is included in ticket price. 

 

*Please note that cancellations must be made at least two weeks in advance of the event. No refunds or transfers of fees will occur if the request is made less than two weeks prior to the event.

 

Important Information For All Program Registrants:  Please retain an electronic copy of your order number or save/print off a copy of the email acknowledgement as a receipt.  You may be asked for your order number from your transaction to gain entry at the gate/to attend your program.

 

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