Global Warming Hits Home

Bill Bradbury on climate change and sustainable energy in Oregon

Friday January 27 LaSells Stewart Center, Corvallis OR

The OSU Sustainable Energy Initiative presents "Global Warming Hits Home," a talk by former Oregon Secretary of State Bill Bradbury. Free and open to the public, this presentation is relevant to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

Before and after the talk, visit with OSU departments and student groups to learn about how you can get involved with sustainability, whether you are a current student, community member, or a prospective OSU student.

The LaSells Stewart Center is located on the south side of campus (see campus map), across the street from Reser Stadium. Parking is available for free nearby after 6pm, but we recommend taking public transit or riding your bike.

7:00 pm Doors open

Free and open to the public.

7:00-7:30 OSU Sustainability Expo

Sustainability groups from Oregon State will have representatives and information about their programs. OSU students and community members can learn about opportunities to become involved on campus. Prospective students can find out about courses and majors available at OSU, student groups, and other resources OSU has to offer.

7:30-9:00 Talk by Bill Bradbury

Bill Bradbury served as Oregonís Secretary of State for 10 years, and has been in government since 1981. He is a nationally recognized environmental activist, and in this presentation brings together the latest science on our changing climate with the realities of its threats to Oregon.

Learn about the impacts of global warming on Oregonís livability, environment, and economy; our increasing energy demands; and how Oregonians are working to solve these problems.

9:00-9:30 OSU Sustainability Expo continues

Sustainability expo will continue after the talk. See entry above for details.

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