Virtual Panel Discussion: Signs of Hope for Our Future Climate

The people and places of Western Pennsylvania play a key role in solving the climate crisis. A critical component of the response to climate change is moving from individual to collective actions. 

What climate actions are the best fit for Western Pennsylvania and make the most meaningful impact? How are farming and rural western Pennsylvania communities helping solve the climate crisis? What does collective action look like on the ground? Which actions reduce greenhouse gas emissions while creating long-term jobs in cities and towns across western Pennsylvania?

As part of the Climate and Rural Systems Partnership, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Anthropocene Studies Section is hosting a virtual panel discussion with experts whose careers revolve around finding workable solutions to the above questions.

The Virtual Panel Discussion is free and will be held on Tuesday, January 26 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. For more information, or to register for your free virtual seat, visit the Signs of Hope for our Future Climate: A Virtual Panel Discussion event page.