Aldo Leopold Society to Host Climate Change Discussion
The Aldo Leopold Audubon Society (ALAS) will host a climate change program on Dec. 4 at the Lincoln Center, 1519 Water St.
The program, which begins at 7 PM, will include a the video “Do the Math” as well as a panel of ALAS Board members who will discuss the problem of global climate change and respond to questions from the audience.
The panel will consist of Ned Grossnickle, Kent Hall and Alan Haney. Dan Dietrich will facilitate the discussion.
Grossnickle is a limnologist (fresh water biologist) by training and currently teaches at the University of Wisconsin-Marathon County, is a co-founder of the Central Wisconsin Chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, and has been active with the Sierra Club.
Hall is retired from the UWSP Biology Department where he taught animal physiology and is currently very involved with the Stevens Point Bird City and Tree City USA Projects.
Haney, an Emeritus Professor of Forestry and former Dean of the College of Natural Resources at UWSP, has most recently served as President of North Central Conservancy Trust.
Dietrich is a UWSP Professor Emeritus of English is the leader of the Central Wisconsin Chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby.
All four have been active in sharing information on climate change with various audiences.
The public is welcome to join in the discussion. Aldo Leopold Audubon Society meetings are free and open to the public.