Here is a link to the YouTube video of the January 25, 2021 WV3C webinar, “What Now? — Climate Solutions in 2021, and Securing a Just Transition for West Virginia.”
More than 100 people attended — what a great crowd! For more information about the program and the speakers, here is a link to a great Charleston Gazette-Mail story.
The speakers were: Molly Christian, Senior Energy Policy Reporter, S&P Global Market Intelligence; Kyle Meyaard-Schaap, National Organizer and Spokesperson, Young Evangelicals for Climate Action; and Evan Hansen, President of Downstream Strategies and member of the West Virginia House of Delegates.
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In other news, two of WV3C’s other recent webinar programs are also now available on YouTube. Click on the program title to go to the recording: July 29, 2020 — “Who Speaks for the Trees?” (all about forest carbon storage, with William Moomaw and Sam Davis); and October 22, 2020 — “What Do We Tell the Kids, and What Are They Telling Us?” (all about “Climate Generations,” with Dana Fisher and Danielle Lawson).
These live webinar programs had great presentations and moderation, challenging questions, and excellent discussion. We appreciate everyone who participated, and co-sponsorship by the WV Rivers Coalition, the WV Citizen Action Education Fund, and the West Virginia University College of Law Center on Energy and Sustainable Development. Well done!
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