Right at Home: A Discussion of Local Climate Change

Students for a Fossil Free RI with the Center for Nonviolence and Peace studies are hosting an interactive discussion by Paul A. Roselli on the local effects of climate change and a current local threat to the climate: the Burrillville power plant. 

Out-of-state students are encouraged to come and discuss their own local impacts to their own communities as well as students who are skeptical of climate science or want to learn more are welcome to attend.

Friday, December 8, 2017

Multicultural Student Services Center, Hardge Forum 74 Lower College Rd, Kingston, RI

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Special Event, Conference/Workshop, Lecture


Community, Equity and Diversity

Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies


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Nicholas Bush

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