Ram Shrivastava and Bruce Gilman gave a talk about Climate Change and Landscape, followed by a community conversation on the same topic.
This program engaged the community, inviting participants to consider and discuss the effects of climate change on the local landscape, including changes over the past 100 years and the expected changes to local landscape going forward.
This special program, while different from our others, brought important and significant content to the community. The community conversation gave the audience a chance to participate, ask questions, learn, and find ways to effect change within their own community.
The event was free with paid admission. A half-price gate fee of $7.50 began at 2 pm.
The presentation went well as a small group of dedicated people shared their time with us and discussed the serious topic of Climate change adaptation. Seeking a circular economy with the triple bottom line was well received. Enjoyed sharing my thoughts – Ram Shrivastava
Larsen is supporting the Rochester “ ROC-EV” Initiative for promoting electric vehicles by committing to install a charging station at our office building with assistance from future State programs.
Larsen is working with Clean Energy Communities to plan Clean fuel vehicles as part of Climate smart program, supported with NY State grants.