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 I'm going to start a broader North East topic to be a little more fuzzy in where the boundry is. I'm in Poughkeepsie NY.

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Upcoming Event: En-ROADS breakout at Citizens Climate Lobby North East Regional Conference.

On March 7th in Troy, NY I'll be running the En-ROADS workshop as part of the CCL regional conference in our breakouts. The conference runs March 6 - 8.

More about the conference and registration here -

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I'm in State College, PA. I have not run any En-ROADS workshops yet but I have given some public talks about climate change. I had been looking for something more interactive for my talks and am hoping En-ROADS can help. I have found showing local examples of climate change in my talks is helpful, so I have some slides on Pennsylvania and the Northeast US. Here is one recent talk that I gave to a local discussions group. Feel free to use any of this material in your outreach.

Looking for a facilitator in the DC area--Montgomery County, MD--to give a demo to a county councilmember.

I'll be in the DC area during the week of March 23 and could perhaps fit this in.

Even though En-ROADS is a global model, I find that it's always good to share information about local impacts when giving any presentation about climate change. A good place to start for the Northeast US is the National Climate Assessment, which is broken down by regions. Here is the Northeast chapter of the report:

Thanks! Unfortunately I just found out we're scheduled for the 17th.

Climate Summit  Game - see registration links below.  

In honor of Earth Day, let's find a date where we can have a Climate Summit and solve global warming once and for all!   In order to accommodate the anticipated interest in this activity, we are attempting to schedule several events on two different weekends.   Please join us and register for a session!

Each of these events requires a minimum of 20 participants to proceed, and is limited to a maximum of 50 negotiators (on 5 teams).   Participation is on a first-come-first-served basis.  Please be willing to commit to all three hours as you will be a member of a team. 

Are you available at any of these times? If so, follow the links to register for one of these events on Eventbrite. Feel free to share the registration information with family and friends. (Each event must have a minimum of 20 registrants to proceed) All events have a maximum of 50 participants.   

You will receive a confirmation email upon registration and more information will be distributed the week of the climate summit.

EVENTS:  Click on the link to register.

April 11, 10am - 1pm ET (7am PT)

April 11, 6pm - 9pm ET (3pm PT)

April 18, 10am-1pm (7am PT)

April 18, 6pm - 9pm ET (3pm PT)

Thank you for all you do to teach people about global warming and climate change!

Stay well, 


Susan Golden

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