TESTING THE WATERS: A Comfortable Conversation on Climate Change

Event Location
446 King Street
Charleston, SC 29403
United States
Event Type
Lecture
Date & Time
Friday, March 27, 2020 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm EDT

About This Event

So a scientist, a student and a national security specialist walk onto a stage… what do they talk about? Climate change of course! From nuisance flooding to shellfish loss, climate change impacts all of us in surprising and unthinkable ways. Hear from a panel of local experts and understand what the future holds.

DATE: Friday, March 27, 2020

Esteemed Panelists Include:

Dr. Elizabeth Fly, Marine Conservation Director of the South Carolina Chapter of the Nature Conservancy

Isabel Gray, Scholar Student at the Whittle School

Kerry Marhefka, Co-owner of Abundant Seafood

Josh Marthers, Meteorologist at News 2 Today

Dr. Seth Pritchard, Biology Department Chair at the College of Charleston

Esther Sperling, Climate Security Adjunct Fellow at the American Security Project

Kendyll Collins, Education Interpreter III at the South Carolina Aquarium, Moderator

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