Sewanee is the state of Tennessee’s host for a Solve Climate by 2030 “power dialog” webinar to be held simultaneously with others in every U.S. state.
Sewanee is the state of Tennessee’s host for a “power dialog” webinar to be held simultaneously with others in every U.S. state plus Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico. The Solve Climate by 2030 webinars aim to focus Americans on state-level and local solutions to climate change. Climate solutions experts in Idaho, Tennessee, Minnesota, Florida, New Mexico, and across the nation will speak about ambitious but feasible actions that could happen soon in each state.
The webinars will be followed by discussions about how to get involved in climate solutions.
Deborah McGrath, professor of biology and assistant dean for the environment, will moderate the Tennessee discussion.
The Tennessee panelists and their topics are:
- Amanda Garcia, managing attorney in the Tennessee office, Southern Environmental Law Center, Solar Initiative
- Michael P. Vandenbergh, David Daniels Allen Distinguished Chair of Law and co-director, Energy, Environment and Land Use Program at the Vanderbilt University Law School
- Matt Brown, vice president, Silicon Ranch
- Sally Palmer, director of science & policy, The Nature Conservancy-Tennessee, Nature Based Solutions & Promoting a Clean Energy Transition
How to participate:
April 7, 5 - 6 p.m. CDT: Power Dialog Webinar (Zoom link to webinar)
April 7, 6 - 7 p.m. CDT: Community Discussion
Or navigate to the Sewanee landing page by going to the Solve Climate by 2030 page, scrolling down to the state dialogs, and selecting Tennessee.