Climate Change and Our Towns: Michael Simpson on Community TV

How is climate change affecting our towns? Michael Simpson, core faculty in AUNE’s Department of Environmental Studies, discussed that issue with Greg Lewis, city manager of Lebanon, New Hampshire, on CATV community access television, October 27. He talked about the effects of extreme weather events on local infrastructure, such as roads, and how to get the community involved.

Simpson also discussed Local Solutions: Northeast Climate Change Preparedness, the national conference that AUNE and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will be putting on next May in Manchester, New Hampshire.
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