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Tuesday, November 30
7:00 - 8:30 PM

Vermont's forests frame and enrich our lives, making our state a beautiful place to live while also providing many critical services: cleaning our air and water, providing habitat for birds and other wildlife, sequestering and storing carbon and much more.

In a changing climate, forests are both an asset – helping slow and mitigate the effects of climate change by absorbing the carbon we emit – and under threat. At the same time, climate change, resource extraction and environmental degradation threatens peoples, species and environments worldwide. While some of these problems may seem remote, is it possible that Vermont’s forests have a broader role to play in crafting a just and sustainable world?

This free, virtual presentation will focus on the role that forests and forest management play in our past, present and future with an eye on social and environmental justice in Vermont and across the globe. I will discuss how responsible, ecological forest management can help support justice, equity, heathy communities and healthy ecosystems here in Vermont and world-wide.

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Tuesday, November 30, 2021 - 7:00pm