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Conserving our Future: The What and Why of Weird Weather

May 20, 2021
7:00 PM (Mountain Time)
Hosted on Zoom

Here’s your chance to hear, in an understandable way, about weird weather from climate scientist Dr. Scott Denning from Colorado State University, in his talk ‘Simple. Serious. Solvable’. Plus, he’ll be open to any questions you have!

Hear from a Montana doctor, a financial advisor, and a rancher on ways your health, your pocketbook, and your food are impacted by these trends of fire, hail, wind, drought, and other extreme weather events, and how solutions can create new opportunities.

The speakers include:

  • Dr. Marian Kummer, a retired pediatrician from Billings MT
  • Logan Mannix, a rancher with Mannix Grassfed Beef, Helmville MT
  • Paul Herendeen, from Clearwater Credit Union, Missoula MT

This event will help you find answers to these questions:

  1. How much does weird weather matter to me and my family?
  2. Can we do anything about it, and are there cost-effective nonpartisan solutions?

To learn more, visit the Facebook Event or register online for the free Zoom event.

Presented by the Montana Chapters of Citizens’ Climate Education/Lobby – a volunteer-driven nonprofit building support for bipartisan climate solutions.