The Fight for our Future: Addressing Climate Change Policy and Individual Responsibility
The most severe impacts of climate change are projected to be irreversible as soon as 2030. Scientists and politicians, however, seem to disagree about the nature of this phenomenon, leaving many Americans in the dark about efforts to address climate change. Join American Public Square at Jewell (APS) on Wednesday, April 22nd, for our first ever digital program in the form of an interactive panel discussion. Using APS’s civility tools, panelists will discuss environmental policy and the role our institutions are playing to help or hinder efforts to address the topic of climate change.
This program is a product of the effort of the Climate Council of Greater Kansas City, Unity Temple, APS’s Student Planning Committee, and APS’s intern team.
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