100+ people attended our March 23rd hybrid webinar (online and in-person in Morgantown): “What Are the Poles (North and South) Telling Us About Earth’s Climate Future?”

Our Wednesday, March 23 audience-interactive climate science education program was our first “hybrid webinar” — combining an in-person audience in Morgantown, WV with an online, Zoom-based audience.  One hundred-plus people attended the hour-long program!  Wow!

The program topic was: “What Are the Poles (North and South) Telling Us About Earth’s Climate Future?” The main speaker was Dr. Julie Brigham-Grette, Professor of Geoscience at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, and past Chair of the Polar Research Board of the US National Academy of Sciences.

Her presentation was great! You can see a video recording here.

Our next program will be on Monday, May 16, 7:00-8:00 PM USET — also a hybrid Zoom webinar, also hosted in-person in Morgantown at the WVU Evansdale Crossing Building.  The topic is “Utility Scale Solar — A Revolution in Progress.”   Check out details and register here. 

Scroll down for more information on the WV3C and our programs and people.  To see some of our past WV3C webinar programs, go to the WV3C Youtube Channel.

For the latest on climate science and policy with a West Virginia focus, visit and follow WV3C at the West Virginia Center on Climate Change on Facebook.  Thanks for your climate concern!

Thanks to the Appalachian Stewardship Foundation and the Dunn Foundation for making these programs possible!