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Ecologist & Author Amy Seidl to Address City Adaptation

Amy Seidl
February 8, 2012
Room: 
Fletcher Free Library, 235 College Street
Contact(s): 
jbbreul@gmail.com

 

Ecologist & Author Amy Seidl to Address City Adaptation in the Face of Climate Change and Disasters.

Burlington, VT. Amy Seidl, ecologist and author, will speak to the Greater Burlington community at the Fletcher Free Library on February 8, 2012 at 7:00 pm. Seidl’s lecture will focus on her most recent book, Finding Higher Ground: Adaptation in the Age of Warming, and discuss how we can increase our capacity for resilience in the face of climate change, drawing on examples ranging from Vermont communities to the natural world.

UVM ID Required: 
No
Admission Fee: 
Free
Program: 
Clean Energy Fund

Evolutionary Change and Resilient Systems: How the Natural World Will Adapt to the Changing Climate

On February 8, 2012, professor and author Amy Seidl spoke in the Fletcher Room of Burlington’s Fletcher Free Library as part of a lecture series on the topic of adaptation to climate change. The lecture series was born out a collaborative effort between the City of Burlington and the Burlington Sustainability Action Team and ultimately funded by the University of Vermont’s Clean Energy Fund

Program: 
Clean Energy Fund

by Julia Breul '12, Clean Energy Fund Intern, 2011-2012

Climate Adaptation Lecture Series- Rhett Lamb

Rhett Lamb
February 7, 2012
Room: 
Billings North Lounge
Contact(s): 
jbbreul@gmail.com

Rhett Lamb,  Planning Director of City of Keeene, New Hampshire, will be speaking with UVM department heads and City of Burlington officials at City Hall  on climate adaptation planning. This talk is sponsored by the Clean Energy Fund.

UVM ID Required: 
No
Admission Fee: 
No fee
Program: 
Clean Energy Fund
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