Connecticut Audbon Society


Climate Change – How We Are All Part of the Solution

Monday, September 23, 7 p.m.

Center at Glastonbury, 1361 Main Street 06033

Stephen Lewis will update us on the urgent problem of climate change with an emphasis on solutions.  The science on climate change is moving quickly, and there are important updates that everyone should be aware of. Topics covered will include:

  • An overview of the climate problem,
  • The Paris Agreement goals and commitments,
  • The progress states and cities are making in the absence of federal leadership,
  • Specific goals and legislative successes and failures in Connecticut,
  • A perspective on what towns are doing and can do, and
  • What citizens can do individually and collectively to reduce their own carbon footprints and play a more impactful role as environmentally concerned voters.

Stephen Lewis is a member of the CT Chapter of The Sierra Club Legislative Committee and a  Connecticut Audubon Master Naturalist. He is a Scoutmaster who teaches conservation to Scouting leaders and was recognized for his work on Monarch butterfly conservation with a BSA Hornaday Gold Badge.  Stephen is also a Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics Master Educator.

Admission is free, but donations are welcome. If you plan to come, please register below:







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