You might have noticed that, lately, the Ware Center is hosting an awful lot of events centered around climate change and sustainability. It’s not just in protest of how sweltering this summer was – it’s all part of a series on sustainability that continues this evening.
And, hey, maybe you’re the kind of person who goes to educational presentations for fun.
Tonight, October 8, at 7:30 p.m., John Dernbach, a law professor at Widener University Law School and published author on sustainable development and climate change law, is going to be giving a presentation on sustainable development called “Acting as if Tomorrow Matters.” It’s at the Ware Center, starts at 7:30 p.m. and it’s free, so if you’ve ever wondered what the heck is going on with the environment and what’s being done about it, it can’t hurt to check it out.
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