Live Online: Preparing Quincy for Future Climate Impacts Thursday November 5, 2020
7:00 PM until 8:30 PM
Join a dialogue to begin preparing Quincy and the South Shore for future adverse climate impacts.
Learn about the health consequences of extreme weather (flooding, heatwaves, etc.) and projected impacts on Quincy and our surrounding communities. Then engage with experts for a question and answer session.
This presentation will be given by Rev. Vernon K. Walker, Program Manager, Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW); Dr. Caren Solomon, a primary care physician at BWH and a deputy editor at the New England Journal of Medicine; and Dr. James Recht, a psychiatrist in Cambridge, MA who is very involved in social justice efforts.
Presented in partnership with the Quincy CAN, the Quincy Climate Action Network, Quincy For Transformative Change, FFRACS, and the Quincy Interfaith Network.
Please join us on Zoom (meeting ID: 864 6279 0049). We recommend using the free Zoom app. You can call (646) 558-8656 and use the same meeting ID to listen to the audio. You may also view the program live on our YouTube channel and on our Facebook page. If you're new to Zoom, we recommend you install it and try it out beforehand (more than a few minutes before the program). If you're having trouble with it, ask us for help during our Help Desk hours.
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Location: Online - Zoom
to go to the Thomas Crane Public Library