The Easton Public Library will present on Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. a Climate Change program entitled “Climate Activism: Toward a Greener Community and a Greener World, via Zoom. As a recently trained leader with the Climate Reality Project (founded by Al Gore), presenter Suzanne Solensky will review the science and impacts of climate change. She will also discuss solutions, including renewable energy and community-level efforts to respect and preserve the natural environment. Her objective is to explore the paths toward a greener, healthier, more livable planet for all.
“The last six years, including 2020, have been the hottest six years on record,” Solensky said. “The threat posed by the climate crisis is real, but so are the opportunities to make a difference. I hope that many people in Easton will join me on the 31st as I review the science and impacts of climate change and discuss ways that we can all act, even on a local level, to address this global crisis.”
Solensky is an educator, writer, and administrator with a long-standing commitment to mission-driven institutions. After working as a writer, researcher, and editor who specialized in science and health, she has made a career in higher education, whether as an adjunct faculty member or as an academic administrator and advisor. She has recently pivoted into consulting and volunteering with nonprofit organizations. To register for this informative and inspiring event, visit the Events page on the Library’s website at http://www.eastonlibrary.org.