Join us for a dinner & discussion about air pollution and climate change in our parks on September 14.
Are you concerned about the impacts of polluted air? Do you wonder what a changing climate means for our parks and our communities? If so, I hope you’ll join the National Parks Conservation Association for a dinner and discussion on September 14.
The evening will feature Stephanie Kodish, NPCA’s director of air policy and the author of the May 2019 report “Polluted Parks: How America is Failing to Protect Our National Parks, People and Planet from Air Pollution.” Stephanie will talk about what we can do to address the adverse ways that climate change and air pollution affect nearly every national park.
The event promises to be filled with compelling discussions and delicious food. Reserve your spot today!
What: Clearing the Air, dinner and discussion with National Parks Conservation Association
When: Saturday, September 14, at 6 p.m.
Where: The Common Man Inn & Restaurant, 21 Water Street, Claremont, New Hampshire 03743
RSVP: Please register online.
Cost: $30 plus cash bar
- 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
- The Common Man Inn & Restaurant, 21 Water Street, Claremont, New Hampshire 03743