Chester County Libraries to Host Climate Change Virtual Presentation

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EXTON, PA — What does a changing climate mean for Southeastern Pennsylvania? The Chester County Library System announced that a collaborative of local libraries will host a presentation that will touch on the science, impacts, solutions, and hope for residents of Southeastern Pennsylvania with respect to a changing climate.

This event is presented by Climate Reality Leader Molly Wagle, one of the thousands of volunteers in 135 countries around the globe who have been personally trained by former US Vice President and Nobel Laureate Al Gore as part of the Climate Reality Project, to educate the public about climate change. Molly is a resident of Chester County, Sr. Innovation Engineer II & Sustainability Specialist in the medical device sector, and is passionate about spreading hope with respect to sustainability and climate change.

This program is brought to you by the Chester Springs Library, the Downingtown Library, the Oxford Library, and the Spring City Public Library, who work collaboratively to bring you exceptional programming. You may register online in the event calendar for any of the above libraries. You will receive a Zoom meeting link a couple of hours before this event at the email address you provide during registration. This program will be offered again the following Thursday, January 20, at 7 pm.

Register through the event calendar here.

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