The impact of climate change is putting stress on Princeton’s natural habitats. Our trees and other vegetation play a vital role in reducing the progress and impacts of global warming. Find out how Princeton can help fortify its natural resources to mitigate climate change and strengthen the community's resiliency.
On Monday, June 17, join us for an informative discussion to include a panel of local experts on this topic.
Moderator: Holly Welles, Program Manager, Carbon Mitigation Initiative, Princeton University
Will Price, President, Pinchot Institute for Conservation
Wendy Mager, President, Friends of Princeton Open Space
Taylor Sapudar, Arborist, Municipality of Princeton
Lily Krause, Vice Chair, Shade Tree Commission
This event is free and open to the public and will be held in Princeton Public Library's Community Room.
By pre-registering, you will help us plan for attendance. Bring a friend!
Light refreshments will be served. All events are low-waste. For information about Sustainable Princeton, please visit sustainableprinceton.org.
Thank you to our generous sponsor NRG Energy and our partner Princeton Public Library.