WV3C EVENTS

PAST EVENTS

This page is incomplete; we never seem to have time to post full information about past programs, because we are too busy working on upcoming programs.  You can also learn more about our past programs from the news coverage posted on our media page.
Two hundred people attended our recent live webinar programs, which are 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).
It was an honor to present these compelling speakers to enthusiastic audiences, with good questions and discussion!  We appreciate everyone who participated!

CLIMATE CHANGE AND PUBLIC HEALTH

September 21, 2019

A public health conference held in Morgantown. We appreciate the support of our partners, the WVU Center on Energy and Sustainability and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Public Health Training Center.

LEAVING NO ONE BEHIND

February 5, 2020

A public program in Charleston, WV examining how to help workers, families, businesses and communities deal with the transition to a low-carbon economy and build a sustainable future. Presented in partnership with the WVU Law Center for Energy and Sustainable Development and the WV Center on Budget and Policy.

NATIONAL ENERGY
CONFERENCE 2018

December 1, 2018

A public conference held in Morgantown, WV. Topics included climate communication, controlling methane emissions, putting a price on carbon, and solar obstacles and opportunities.