Forum features guest speakers

The next event in the Climate and Energy Forum series is scheduled for Tuesday, May 21, at the Good Egg in Winslow.

The topic is “A Climate Savvy Bainbridge Island: Preparing for the Effects of Climate Change.”

The forum is planned for 7 to 8:30 p.m. (Come early for food and beverages; the Good Egg, located at 140 Winslow Way, will open at 6 p.m.)

Organizers invite the community to come be part of a conversation about how Bainbridge can prepare the island for climate change impacts.

Presenters at the next forum include Lara Hansen, EcoAdapt; Stacey Nordgren, Foresight Partners Consulting; and James Rufo-Hill, who works for the city of Seattle.

The next forum is planned for Saturday, June 1. The topic is “Our Children’s Trust.”

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