We’re looking at the Five E’s of sustainability – energy, environment, equity, economy, education – to find solutions offered by those looking at efforts to push us into a new paradigm. We’ll comment on ways our species and biosphere are adapting to changes in climate and ecosystems.
Dedicated individuals working in planning, climate science, architecture, computer technology, and other disciplines will make connections to technology and science with sustainable development.
Monday, August 31, 2009
Forests -- How to Protect Communities from Climate Change
Teleseminar: Why are forests so vital in solving the climate crisis and protecting our communities?
Participants will learn how forests are the often most overlooked and cost effective climate solution to water concerns. You’ll learn the most important components of a forest water climate plan, and examples of successful communities.
The training is an overview on how to position your community for future federal climate planning funding assistance. The teleseminar is being offered 3 times and to register go to: http://mfpp.org/teleconference.html