Following November’s landmark UN Climate Change conference, finding solutions to this dilemma should be closer than ever. The problem? According to Courtney White (Grass, Soil, Hope), one hitch is that overarching, expensive solutions are crowding the dialogue. He’ll explain why this doesn’t have to be the case, citing a few of his “two percent solutions for the planet.” His solutions tackle climate change, hunger, and drought, by reducing energy use, creating more sustainable food systems, and building on existing ideas, White says we can work toward a better global future in a cost-effective, achievable way.
7:30PM, Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Downstairs at Town Hall
Doors open: 6:30pm