Climate Science on Tap!

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, engineers and policy experts to share their knowledge and experience.  Volunteer supported, the format fosters networking, learning, and action while being a great deal of fun!  

Climate Science on Tap!  DIY Climate Action: Tending Forest Habitat for Humans & Other Living Things

Tickets (Free or with donation) at Stranger Tickets or at the door, if there is space.  It helps us to have a rough number to expect.  Donations are tax deductive under 501(c)(3).

Location: Bickersons Brewhouse, 1514 NW Leary Way in Ballard

When: Event starts at 7:00 with groups tabling before and after to share information about their volunteer history, their organizations, how to volunteer or start a group themselves, and such.  Doors “open” at 6, although the brewery will have opened at 3:00 pm to the general public.  We will try to cordon off the main area under the canopy for our group to keep those who want to talk toward the back or inside the tap room.  

Presenters:  Jim Wright, Grow It Forward Restoration; Erik Rigaux, Mid Sound Fisheries Group; Don Marsh, 300 Trees; Ruth Lipscomb, Trees4Livability

Also likely to be tabling or attending: Forest Health Watch, Joey Hulbert, WSU Puyallup; Rachel Lodge, artist, Transfiguration-Carbon Flow; Kevin Orme, TreePAC; Stephan Classen, Sustainability at Cascadia College.

Previous Climate Science on Tap:

Urban Forests: A Climate Change Solution or Casualty?

Live and in-person! Urban Forests: A Climate Change Solution or Casualty? was held on Thursday, November 18, 2021 to a large enthusiastic audience!

Videos of many other Climate Science on Tap events are also available.