Series #2: January 8th
The Multdems Climate Action Team is convening a series of forums on comprehensive climate action. The second in our series is
The Role of Forests and Forest Management on Climate Change
Wednesday, January 8
Doors open at 6:30; Program 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Hollywood Senior Center
1820 NE 40th Ave.
Do you know the largest source of carbon emissions in Oregon? Clearcutting at 32%. Join us 7-9 pm January 8 to o understand the role of our forests as climate protectors providing a huge carbon sink versus producing wood products. Is there a middle ground? We’ll explore the barriers to solutions and what they may be.
Important Topic, Many Stakeholders
- The impact of forest management on climate, water, environment, economics, and more
- The barriers to changing forest management, including the threat of wildfires that is driving additional logging.
- Solutions that are available!
Join our experts
John Talberth, PhD, Senior economist for the Center for Sustainable Economy
Chuck Willer, Executive Director of the Coast Range Association
Ralph Bloemers, Senior Staff Attorney of Crag Law Center
Sean Stevens, Executive Director of Oregon Wild
The event is sponsored by the MultDems Climate Action Team, Oregon Wild, Oregon League of Conservation Voters Metro Climate Action Team, Center for Sustainable Economy, and Coast Range Association
Let’s talk! Join us.
The Multdems Climate Action Team’s charge is to educate, engage and activate Democrats to address the Climate Emergency. We are the action part of the Natural Resources Protection and Recovery workgroup (Article V in Multdems 2020 Platform). Contact CAT co-leads Debbie Gordon 503-318-6023 or Tracy Farwell , or CAT member Pat DeLaquil 202-494-8836 in regards to this forum.