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Climate Change Conversation in Naples

The SWFL Justice4All Coalition will devote its seventh Moral Monday Meetup meeting for the public to a Climate Change Conversation beginning at 6:30 p.m., November 6, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Greater Naples. Key panelists will include Pam Gharabally, of Preserve Our Paradise, on anti-fracking efforts; Amy Clifton, of the Citizens Climate Lobby, on carbon pricing; Clifford Mitchem, of CREW, on the need for solar energy; Sally Woliver on the rising sea levels and the recent NOAA grant; and John Capece, chairman of the SWFL chapter of the Democratic Environment Caucus and president of the Campus Climate Corps. In addition to presentations, there will be Q&A and group breakout sessions with the experts and audience members.  

Admission is free. Location: 6340 Napa Wood Way. For more information, call 917-553-3776, email PeterSuzanne2@hotmail.com or visit swflJustice4All.org.

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