CLASS FULL! Online Course: Combating Climate Change

October 20, 2020 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

CLASS FULL! Online Course: Combating Climate Change

Starting Tuesday, October 13 at 4pm, the West Tisbury Library invites you to attend an online “Combating Climate Change” course. This is a three-session course designed for people who are interested in learning more about climate change, becoming more effective in communicating with others, and actively mitigating the impact on our planet and ourselves. The first session covers the basic science behind climate change. The second session introduces the En-ROADS Climate Solutions Simulator, applying science in making policy decisions. The last session is focused on what you can do in response.

This course meets weekly on Zoom at 4pm: October 13, 20, and 27. Please email to sign up. Free and open to the public!

About the presenters:

Tony Lee – While Tony Lee’s professional vocation began with seven years at Arthur Andersen and concluded with 25 years as a forensic accounting consultant specializing in construction claims, his abiding avocation has been as an educator. His interest in environmental issues goes back at least as far as 1980 when he joined the Board of Friends of the Earth. Since that time he has developed and led numerous seminars on a variety of related topics.

Bari Boyer – A serial careerist, Bari Boyer has worked as an attorney, School District Solicitor, real estate brokerage owner, mediator, media producer, leadership trainer, college teacher and political campaign manager. Along with her law degree she has a Masters degree in Public Administration.

Tony and Bari met in 1984 when both were involved in the Beyond War Movement. Since that time they have worked together from time to time in grassroots educational efforts. The course they are offering is the latest of these projects. This course was developed by Elders Climate Action (ECA).