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Climate Change & the Future of Outdoor Adventuring

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August 16, 2021
Add to Calendar 2021-08-16 12:00:00 2021-08-16 12:45:00 Climate Change & the Future of Outdoor Adventuring From rugged coastline to soaring mountains, lush rainforests to dry deserts, life in the Pacific Northwest comes with unparalleled natural beauty and an embarrassment of riches for outdoor adventures. But as climate change upends our ecosystem, outdoor enthusiasts are already rethinking their relationship to our surroundings.  Amy Snover, Director of the UW Climate Impacts Group will join us for a conversation about the dramatically changing PNW landscape and what it means for our beloved outdoor recreation. Special thank you to our Northwest Newsmakers series sponsor Waldron.  Virtual event Seattle, WA 98109 United States Crosscut webmasters@kcts9.org America/Los_Angeles public
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12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
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Seattle, WA 98109
United States

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From rugged coastline to soaring mountains, lush rainforests to dry deserts, life in the Pacific Northwest comes with unparalleled natural beauty and an embarrassment of riches for outdoor adventures. But as climate change upends our ecosystem, outdoor enthusiasts are already rethinking their relationship to our surroundings.  Amy Snover, Director of the UW Climate Impacts Group will join us for a conversation about the dramatically changing PNW landscape and what it means for our beloved outdoor recreation.


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About the speakers:

Amy Snover serves as director of the Climate Impacts Group, as university director of the U.S. Department of the Interior Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center and as affiliate associate professor in the UW School of Marine and Environmental Affairs. She works to improve society’s resilience to natural and human-caused fluctuations in climate by bridging the gap between science and decision-making. Working with a broad range of stakeholders, Snover helps develop science-based climate change planning and adaptation guidance, identify research priorities and advise on strategies for building climate resilience.

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