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Climate Science on Tap Panel Discussions – Learn and Engage!

Come learn more about the science, law and policy around climate change, as well as ways you can get engaged, with the Climate Science on Tap panel discussions.  There are three events happening this spring:

  • April  8, 2019 – Climate Science Goes to the Capitol: Translating Science into Policy at 7:00 pm, Optimism Brewing Co. 1158 Broadway, Seattle 98122.  Can the legislative process address the growing threat of climate change? How can informed citizens make a difference?
  • April 23, 2019 – Going to Extremes: Is It Climate Change or Just Bad Weather? At 7:00 pm, Beveridge Place Pub, 6413 California Ave SW, Seattle 98136 How is climate change opting weather in our region? Will floods and droughts be the new normal? And how will we cope?
  • May 16, 2019 –  Adapting to Climate Change: How Ready Are We? 7:00 pm, Peddler Brewing Co, 1514 Leary Way, Seattle, 98107 – What does King County and our other agencies have in the works to prevent a climate disaster?  What can we each be doing?
Climate Science Goes to the Capitol: Translating Science into Policy
How do we translate science into policy? Can the legislative process address the growing threat of climate change? And how can informed citizens make a difference? Join us for the next Climate Science on Tap to find out! Our experts will share their experience communicating science and advocating for action in our state capitol with enlightening presentations and a thoughtful panel discussion. Come with questions, have a tasty brew, share in a conversation, and leave with answers!
Panelists: Aseem Prakash, PhD, Director of the Center for Environmental Politics, University of Washington; Greg Rock, Policy Chair, Carbon Washington; and Jessyn Farrell, WA State Legislator (2013-2017).
 More Info and Tickets available now.

Keep up-to-date with these and other discussions by following the Climate Science on Tap FaceBook page.