University of Michigan museum to host public discussion on carbon footprint

The Exhibit Museum of Natural History at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor is holding a series of public discussions on environmental issues. The meetings include scientists from the University and are free of charge.

The first two meetings cover The Climate WILL Change: Now What? and Ideas for Reducing Your Carbon Footprint. If you're in the Ann Arbor area drop into the Arbor Brewing Company on Washington St. from 5:30-7:30pm on January 24 and February 21 respectively. The carbon footprint reduction session will include U-M Biological Station director and ecologist Knute Nadelhoffer and City of Ann Arbor Energy Coordinator Dave Konkle

[Source: U-M Exhibit Museum]

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