As part of the world’s largest virtual teach-in out of Bard College, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Environmental Studies Program and Office of Sustainability will host three panelists who will each present one ambitious but feasible action they believe Nebraska should do to solve climate change by 2030. This live event will be broadcast as a webinar to interested people all around Nebraska.
Our panelists are Louis Lester, Grants Administrator & Energy Conservation Projects Coordinator for Nebraskans for Solar; John Hay, Extension Educator for Bioenergy; and Brittni McGuire, President of Sustain UNL.
The webinar will take place on April 7th from 5-6 PM CDT.
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University and high school students across the nation, along with faith and community groups, will tune into 52 simultaneous, university-hosted state-wide webinars on an issue critical to their future: how ambitious state and local action can put us on the way to solving climate change by 2030. Faculty across the country, and across disciplines, will assign these webinars as homework, using them as a springboard for discussing climate solutions and energy justice.