Cascadia Climate Action organizes Climate Science on Tap panel discussions to build community understanding of, and engagement with climate change, its related causes, impacts, and solutions. Generally, they are held at breweries and tap houses, open to all ages, and bring out energy and climate scientists to share their expertise. Volunteer supported, the format fosters networking, learning, and action while being a great deal of fun!
Coming soon at Bickersons Brewhouse in Ballard, (formerly Peddlers) on Wednesday, June 15th at 7pm featuring a conversation between two energy-focused experts, a geoscientist and a nuclear power physicist on the topic of “Global Politics & Energy on a Warming Planet;” a very timely topic for those concerned about climate change, what’s happening with fossil fuel prices in light of the Russian war in Ukraine, and how to meet the world’s energy needs. Tickets available at Stranger Tickets and at the door, free or with donation.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began subsequent Climate Science on Tap events have been held on April 23, and June 23, 2020 online using the Zoom webinar format. These events are available for viewing now on the Climate Science on Tap YouTube channel’s playlist.
Previous Climate Science on Tap:
Live and in-person! Urban Forests: A Climate Change Solution or Casualty? was held on Thursday, November 18, 2021 to a large enthusiastic audience!