WHO WE ARE
WV3C: A People-Powered Program
In 2014 150 climate-concerned people attended a program at Blackwater Falls State Park in Tucker County, West Virginia. A dozen experts spoke about the impacts of the climate crisis on West Virginia’s economy and ecology, and how we can respond to this crisis.
That program began the work of the West Virginia Center on Climate Change. Since 2014, more than 100 experts and thousands of climate-concerned people have participated in WV3C’s educational programs, in communities around the Mountain State. Thousands more follow WV3C’s science-based outreach updates online.
“People power” is necessary to solve the climate crisis. This page shows information about some of the wonderful people who have made the WV3C an important part of civic life in West Virginia. Join us!