Climate change — sometimes referred to as global warming — has gone from a speculative concern to a widely-accepted scientific fact. Governments from the national to the local level are trying to anticipate the impact that climate change will have on our way of life, from sea level rise to mass human migration. But though the problem is global, solutions often begin with small personal choices. What can we as individuals do to make a difference?
The BIG ARTS Talking Points series will provide some answers on March 4 at 4 p.m., when renowned climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe will present a virtual discussion of current climate science and what we as individuals can do.
Read more about Hayhoe’s viewpoints about climate action here.