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WV3C: A People-Powered Program
In 2014, over 200 climate-concerned West Virginians gathered at Blackwater Falls State Park in Tucker County, WV to hear a dozen experts speak about the impacts of the climate crisis on the Mountain State.
This notable program began the work of the West Virginia Center on Climate Change (WV3C), then a project of Allegheny Highlands conservation group Friends of Blackwater. Since 2014, scores of experts and thousands of climate-concerned citizens have participated in WV3C’s educational programs statewide. Many more follow WV3C’s web-based science outreach updates.
This kind of “people power” is necessary to solve the climate crisis. Join us!