Princeton’s Climate Action Plan includes actions that enhance public safety and health. Fulfilling these actions reduces the impacts on physical and mental health and improves disaster planning and management. Join us on December 2nd to learn what more Princeton can do and why it is important.
Three speakers are lined up for this event. Betsy Marshall is an Occupational and Environmental Epidemiologist at the Rutgers School of Public Health. Nick Angarone is Bureau Chief of the Climate & Flood Resilience Program at the NJ Department of Environmental Protection. Michael Yeh is Director of Emergency and Safety Services for the Municipality of Princeton. This event will be moderated by Nicole Bronzan, Senior Communications Officer of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Sponsorship for Sustainable Princeton’s Great Ideas Events is provided by NRG Energy, Inc. Events are held in partnership with the Princeton Public Library. Register for this webinar here.
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