Fall Courses Available on Global Warming / on Climate Disruption

Temperature are rising! Snowfall is dwindling! Wildfire conditions are extending! That we are experiencing an unusually disrupted climate is hard to miss.  But what is causing it? Is it all a natural cycle? What is it doing, and can we do anything about it?

These are the questions that Alan Journet, Co-facilitator of Southern Oregon Climate Action Now will answer in a series of courses to be offered locally this fall.

For those wanting a full and detailed discussion, through the SOU / OLLI program “Carbon Pollution, Climate Change and Rogue Consequences” will run weekly from September 8th through November 10th at 1:00 – 3:00 pm in the SOU/RCC Higher Education Center in Medford.  Contact SOU/OLLI for information: (541) 552-6048.

Two three week mini-courses will offer condensed versions of this material:

Saturdays September 6th through 20th from 1:00 – 3:0 pm at the Coyote Trails Jefferson Nature Center in S. Medford, behind the Harry and David Field of the US Cellular Community Park on Hwy 99.  Contact Coyote Trails Nature Center for information: (541) 282-8577

Thursdays October 9th through 23rd from 7:00 to (:00 pm at the North Mountain Park Nature Center on N. Mountain Avenue in Ashland. Contact North Mountain Park Nature Center for information: (541) 488-6606.

For more information, one can also visit http://socan.info and click ‘calendar’ or contact Dr. Alan Journet 541-301-4107; [email protected].  Registration is necessary for all offerings with a fee for the first and third. 

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