Beginning Monday, Nov. 16, we'll kick off a three-event impact series, featuring conversations that highlight the influential work of the East Coast Greenway Alliance in a turbulent 2020. Make plans to join us for any or all of the planned sessions below:
Wednesday, Dec. 2, noon EST: New East Coast Greenway Segments: North
Enjoy an inside look at 2020's newest East Coast Greenway segments from Maine to Washington, D.C.., with our regional coordinators Kristine Keeney (New England), Bruce Donald (Tri-State) and Daniel Paschall (Mid-Atlantic). The session will stream live below:
Tuesday, Dec. 8, noon EST: New East Coast Greewnay Segments: South
Get the scoop on the latest East Coast Greenway additions from Virginia to Florida with our regional coordinators Sarah Sanford (North Carolina & Virginia), Brent Buice (South Carolina & Georgia) and V Christiansen (Florida).
REPLAY: Monday, Nov. 16, noon EST: Climate
Michael Oppenheimer, the Albert G. Milbank Professor of Geosciences and International Affairs in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, the Department of Geosciences and the Princeton Environmental Institute at Princeton University, joins East Coast Greenway Executive Director Dennis Markatos-Soriano for a conversation on the climate change and environmental benefits of recent and continued development of the East Coast Greenway. Oppenheimer is a long-time participant in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007, serving recently as a lead author of the IPCC’s Fourth Assessment Report and now as a coordinating lead author of a special report on climate extremes and disasters. East Coast Greenway North Carolina & Virginia Coordinator Sarah Sanford also will join the virtual event.
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