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Monday, September 23, 2013

Monday roundtable in Nashua to discuss how communities can cope with climate change

NASHUA – The climate is changing, for better or worse, and Greater Nashua is going to be affected.

But how, when and where we will be affected, and what we should be doing about it – those issues are much less settled. They will be discussed Monday at City Hill as part of a panel forum “Communities on Climate.” ...

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NASHUA – The climate is changing, for better or worse, and Greater Nashua is going to be affected.

But how, when and where we will be affected, and what we should be doing about it – those issues are much less settled. They will be discussed Monday at City Hill as part of a panel forum “Communities on Climate.”

The discussion, open to the public, will talk about the local and national impacts of climate change and highlight key components of state and federal climate change action plans that will seek to benefit Nashua and New Hampshire.

Sponsored by Sierra Club, National Wildlife Federation and the Union of Concerned Scientists and Environment NH, the panel will feature Jonathan Gregory, owner of Sun Ray Solar; Venu Rao of the Hollis Energy Committee; U.S. Rep. Ann McLean Kuster; Nashua Mayor Donnalee Lozeau; and Justin Kates, director of the Nashua Office of Emergency Planning.

The discussion will be in City Hall at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 23. The roundtable will be moderated by Telegraph staffer David Brooks, who also moderates the monthly Science Cafe New Hampshire events in Nashua.