IDEAS ON TAP: The Heat is On: New Hampshire & Climate Change


Join us for "Ideas on Tap," our popular series of pint-sized conversations about big ideas. On Monday, March 16th, we'll host a community conversation about climate change and New Hampshire. How is climate change affecting communities in the Granite State? What impacts are sea level rise and extreme weather already having on our state’s natural resources, tourism, and culture? Join us for a conversation about sustainability, climate change, and how the humanities can help us in this time of environmental crisis.  

Cost is $15 per person and includes appetizers and one beverage (beer, wine, or non-alcoholic drink) in the relaxed atmosphere of the Area 23, which has generously provided full use of their space for this event. Please RSVP by March 11.

Dr. Abby Goode, Assistant Professor of Early American Literature (PSU)
Dr. Mary Stampone, Associate Professor of Geography (UNH) and State Climatologist
Rob Werner, NH State Director, League of Conservation Voters

Dr. Tricia Peone, Public Programs Manager, New Hampshire Humanities

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This project was funded in part by a grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's A.F. Zellers and W.G. Saltonstall Frontiers of Knowledge, Alice Hale Penniman Memorial Fund.