The Worldwide Teach-In on Climate and Justice is coming to Randolph College next week.
Randolph, along with Sweet Briar College, the University of Lynchburg, and the Lynchburg Regional Community Climate Resilience Coalition, is hosting the event on Wednesday, March 30 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
It will highlight climate change impacts in our region and how to help our communities become more resilient in the face of climate change.
Presenters include Karin Warren, Randolph’s Herzog Family Professor of Environmental Studies & Sciences; Laura Henry-Stone, a professor of environmental studies and sustainability at the University of Lynchburg; and Lisa Powell, a professor of environmental science and agriculture at Sweet Briar.
The event can be attended in-person in Randolph’s Nichols Theatre or virtually via Zoom; register here.
It is one of more than 350 events planned in more than 50 countries and most U.S. states for the Teach-In, organized by the Center for Environmental Policy, Bard College. For more information, visit https://gps.bard.edu/world-wide-teach-in.Tags: environmental science, environmental studies