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Great Lakes, Great Issues: Our Changing Climate Sunday, November 3

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Great Lakes, Great Issues: Our Changing Climate Part of the Lake Forest Open Lands' Great Lakes-Great Issues series

  • Date: November 3, 2019
  • Time: 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  • Price: FREE
    Please register ahead of time to ensure your seat

A panel of renowned experts will discuss the science and effects of a changing climate on our community.

Joined by a panel of renowned research scientists, climate scientists, authors and policy makers, meteorologist Tom Skilling will lead a panel discussion on the latest scientific findings regarding climate change, the challenges of misinformation in a complex field and the practical ramifications of dealing with the effects brought by climate change.

This discussion will be a rare opportunity to hear, and to participate in, a thoughtful discussion among experts who are immersed in the science and have given serious thought to its implications for our daily lives. Please join us for this engaging talk about a fascinating issue.

Speakers include:
Tom Skilling, Chief Meteorologist, WGN-TV
Seth Darling, Senior Scientist, Director, Argonne Center for Molecular Engineering
Mary Gade, President, Gade Environmental Group LLC
Doug Sisterson, Research Meteorologist Environmental Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory
Don Wuebbles, Harry E. Preble Endowed Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Illinois

Co-presented with Lake Forest Open Lands Association

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