Sixth Annual Door County Climate Change Forum

This year’s program is titled Ethics, Culture & Education: A Powerful Response to Climate Change. The event will take place at Stone Harbor Resort; the cost is $30 per person.

8 am: Registration, continental breakfast, information booths

9 am: Welcome and introduction by Roy Thilly, former CEO of WPPI Energy and co-chair of Gov. Doyle’s Global Warming Task Force

9:10 am: “Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic and the Future We Face,” by Buddy Huffaker, president and executive director of the Aldo Leopold Foundation, Baraboo, Wisconsin

10 am: Break

10:20 pm: “The Climate Resilience Initiative of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians: One Native Community’s Perspective on Our Obligation to Future Generations,” by Eric Chapman Sr., member of the Tribal Council of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians and director of its Climate Resilience Initiative

11:10 pm: “Advancing Climate-Change Literacy in Rural Wisconsin Schools: GLOBE for Citizen Scientists,” by Rosalyn Pertzborn, director of Atmospheric, Earth & Space Outreach, Space and Science Engineering Center, UW-Madison; and director, Wisconsin Global Partner Office

12 pm: Lunch

1 pm: Panel discussion

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