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Watershed Partners Roundtable Discussion: Climate Change and Clean Water

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Klas Center, Hamline University

1537 West Taylor Avenue

Saint Paul, MN 55104

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Watershed Partners Roundtable Discussion, November 8, 2017

Climate Change and Clean Water: Communicating with and engaging residents to prepare for changing communities


Where: Hamline University, KLAS Center, 3rd floor, in the Kay Fredericks Ballroom

When: November 8, 2017, 8:30 - 11:30am (agenda below)

RSVP requested

Coffee and snacks will be provided

Event is free of charge


Presenters:

  • Fred Rozumalski, Barr Engineering—Local impacts of the changing climate.

  • Leslie Yetka, Freshwater Society—What cities can do to become more resilient.

  • Kristin Poppleton, Climate Generation—Strategies for engaging audiences in dialogue.

  • Kate Knuth, Resiliency Officer for the City of Minneapolis—Planning for change.


Each presenter will give a 15-20 minute presentation and then participate in a panel that responds to audience questions


Schedule:

8:30 Arrive and check in.

8:40 Welcome and intro

8:50 Fred Rozumalski

9:10 Leslie Yetka

9:30 Kristin Poppleton

9:50 Kate Knuth

10:10 Small group conversation generating questions for presenters

10:25 Short break

10:45 Formal questions to the panel

11:15 Follow-up conversation: What language are we using to talk about the changing climate? What is the role of Watershed Partners creating resources to facilitate this conversation and help communities become more resilient?



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