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October 16, 2018

Climate change discussion Sunday in Warrenton

C-Change Conversations cofounder Kathleen Biggins will speak at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, at Highland School in Warrenton.
Several nonprofit organizations will host “A Nonpartisan Conversation on Climate Change” Sunday afternoon, Oct. 21, in Warrenton.

Kathleen Biggins, cofounder of C-Change Conversations, will speak at 4 p.m. in the Rice Theater at Highland School. Admission will be free.

The Warrenton Garden Club, with support from Finley’s Green Leap Forward and the Piedmont Environmental Council, will sponsor the event.

Ms. Biggins “will present clean, unbiased, scientific information on climate change,” according to the event organizers.

C-Change says it:

• “Promotes a discussion about the risks and opportunities associated with climate change now and in the future.”

• “Provides answers to many of the questions most Americans have on the topic.”

• “Encourages action to blunt the most significant threats and support efforts to adapt to a changing environment.”

The organization, which des says: “The C-Change presentation has been developed in consultation with independent scientists and public policy specialists who span the political spectrum and relies heavily on charts and visual media to help the science come alive.”

The doors will open at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. A question-and-answer session and light refreshments will follow the presentation.

To register, click here.
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