From UC Sustainability:
Join us this Monday, December 5, 2011 at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden for an evening program on the effects of climate change.
Eric Gruenstein, UC Professor and an official presenter for the Climate Reality Project, will discuss the overall global effects of climate change and its effect on species habitat and extinctions. Bernadette Plair, scientist and researcher for the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden (CZBG) & the Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife (CREW), will focus on CZBG’s collaboration with Polar Bears International (PBI), how climate change has an effect on arctic ice and CREW’s research, conservation, and education efforts regarding polar bears.
Please join us for this enlightening program, starting at 7pm. Co-sponsored by the City of Cincinnati’s Officeof Environmental Quality.
Reserve your FREE ticket by visiting https://tickets.cincinnatizoo.org/mainstore.asp?vid=2#cat1264.
Attendance is limited and the FREE tickets are required.
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