Climate Change Forum - Join the Conversation, Dec 5

Concerned About Climate Change?

Uncertain About the Best Strategy for Addressing it? 

Join the conversation.

Climate Change: How Should We Meet the Challenges of a Warming Planet?

Saturday, December 5, 2015 
3:00 pm (will end no later than 5:30 pm)
University of New Mexico School of Law
1117 Stanford NE, Room 2403
Albuquerque, NM

To register for the forum, email Paul Biderman or call (505) 690-2247.

Learn about the approaches that are being talked about and express your opinions on how best to approach climate change.

Should we:        

  • Concentrate on adopting policies to compel reductions in human-generated greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere?
  • Prepare our urban and rural communities for the anticipated effects of climate change?
  • Stimulate innovative technologies to protect the planet?

National issues forums are structured deliberations that inform participants of available approaches to addressing social problems, and elicit the in-depth responses of those participants. The objective is to conduct constructive conversations on challenging issues so that participants can clarify and express their own perceptions, values and preferences.  No expertise is needed to participate. 

The responses of forum participants to various approaches are entered into a database maintained by the National Issues Forum Institute, whose leading sponsor is the Kettering Foundation of Ohio. NIFI then publishes a report analyzing the data collected from all the forums conducted around the country.  

For more information, including an advance copy of the National Issues Forum Institute discussion guide we will use, email Paul Biderman, call him in Santa Fe at (505) 690-2247, or email Liz Benton.  

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