Los Alamos County Resiliency, Energy And Sustainability Task Force Invites Community To Climate Change Educational Events

LARES Task Force invites community to a three-part Climate Change series Jan. 6, Jan. 20 and Feb. 3. Courtesy/LARES


  • A three-part series: Take Action Against Climate Change

The Los Alamos County Resiliency, Energy and Sustainability (LARES) Task Force invites the community to a three-part Climate Change series hosted in collaboration with Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC).

Part One and Two of the series will be hybrid events (in-person at the Los Alamos Nature Center and virtually through Zoom), at 6 p.m. Jan. 6 and Jan. 20.

Part Three is 6 p.m. Feb. 3 and in-person only, at the Los Alamos Nature Center 2600 Canyon Road.

The educational, presentational and interactive series, “The Power Is Yours: Taking Action Against Climate Change”, focuses on answering the questions, what is climate change, why is it happening, and what actions (small and large) can individuals make to reduce greenhouse gas emissions?  

Interested individuals can visit https://peecnature.org/events/ to learn more about the series and register.

About the LARES Task Force:

The LARES Task Force was formed Jan. 26, 2021, by the Los Alamos Council to serve as an advisory body. Its charge is to research and recommend ways for the County to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions and advance other sustainable practices in the face of climate change. Information on the research of the LARES Task Force is available on the county website at https://lacnm.com/LARES. Individual can also email questions or comments directly to LARES.TaskForce@lacnm.us.


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