July 17, 2018
We need your help. Climate change in the Adirondacks is affecting our forests, waterways, economies, and communities; and how we respond to these changes will determine the region’s economic and environmental viability in the years to come. As a result, North Country Climate Reality (NCCR) is inviting all communities to learn, plan and network in preparation for climate change’s growing impacts on the Adirondacks. On October 27, 2018, NCCR is holding the first Adirondack Communities: Planning for and Responding to Climate Change conference at the Silver Bay Association, Silver Bay, NY 12874; co-sponsored by SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury.
Adirondack Communities: Planning for and Responding to Climate Change is a unique event; a one time opportunity for local communities and businesses to come together to address climate change in a very practical sense. It’s not a debate, but will provide (1) climate change information and impacts; (2) proactive solutions for local town governments; and (3) actions for all community members.
Our speakers will include local politicians, researchers, state and local government representatives, and residents. Sponsor funding will help underwrite this important conference by making registration costs feasible for community members of all socioeconomic levels.
Gold $5000–Logo and Company name on website and all conference materials
Silver $2500–Company name on website and conference agenda
Bronze $500–Company name on conference agenda
For more information about the conference, view our tentative schedule and speaker biographies at http://www.northcountryclimate.org. Please join us for a day of inspiring presentations, productive working sessions, and powerful music that brings us together to help our communities become more resilient and sustainable. And please help us financially if you can.
Checks can be written to SUNY Plattsburgh Foundation with Queensbury Branch Campus on memo line. Address: SUNY Plattsburgh Foundation, Hawkins Hall Rm 113, Plattsburgh, NY 12901-2681. You can also contact Stephen Danna at (581) 792-5425 with any questions.
Thank you so much.
Stephen Danna, Dean
SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury
Linda Kasal Fusco, Conference Committee Chair