Climate challenges facing Maine range from extreme weather to sea-level rise to warming waters.
We'll discuss how climate science informs policy and real action, as we learn about the new state climate action plan.
It focuses on areas such as transportation, renewable energy and agriculture, and sets bold goals for greenhouse gas emissions.
Hannah Pingree, director, Governor's Office of Policy Innovation and the Future; co-chair, Maine Climate Council
David Reidmiller, director, Climate Center, Gulf of Maine Research Institute
Martin Grohman, executive director, E2Tech, the Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine
Rob Wood, director of government relations and climate policy, The Nature Conservancy in Maine; co-chair for transportation, Maine Climate Council
Amanda Beal, commissioner, Maine Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Conservation
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