Nature Unleashed in Northeast Florida: Our Changing Climate

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Nature Unleashed in Northeast Florida: Our Changing Climate

December 17, 2015 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


What will Northeast Florida look like in 50 years? What would happen if a “Superstorm” hit our First Coast?

In conjunction with the exhibit Nature Unleashed, MOSH will host a thought-provoking panel discussion, moderated by First Coast News Meteorologist Mike Prangley, with area experts detailing the impacts of climate change on Northeast Florida. Assessments and projections for our region relating to sea level rise and community planning efforts will be explained, as well as, the opportunity for a dialogue discussion on how we can build a more resilient community moving forward.  Guest will also have the opportunity to tour the exhibit and ask individual questions of the panelists.

The event is FREE and open to the public as a part of MOSH’s efforts to engage in community dialogue about the topics that affect our quality of life.

Please email to RSVP.





Sea Level Rise in Northeast Florida 

Marc Hudson, Land Protection Director, North Florida Land Trust


Evidence of Anthropogenic Impact on Climate Change

J. Daniel Husband, Ph.D., Professor of Biology at FSCJ


Resiliency Planning and the R3 Challenge

Margo Moehring, AICP, Director of Policy, Northeast Florida Regional Council

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December 17, 2015
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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