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C-Change Conversions presented at Palmetto Garden Club







Palmetto Garden Club of Columbia recently hosted an open meeting at The Gregg Park clubhouse. Kathleen Biggins and Harriet Brainard of Princeton, New Jersey were invited to speak to the group of approximately 80 guests. These women are among two of the 13 volunteers comprising C-Change Conversations, a 501(c)(3) organization promoting non-partisan discussion about the risks and opportunities with climate change. Their program provides scientifically grounded answers for the five most important questions many of us have about climate change: How do we know climate change is real? How do we know climate change is caused by humans? What is the scientific consensus? What are the dangers? And, is there hope that we can meet the challenge? For further information, visit www.c-changeconversations.org. Contributed by Mardie Faucette and Missy McIver

Palmetto Garden Club of Columbia recently hosted an open meeting at The Gregg Park clubhouse. Kathleen Biggins and Harriet Brainard of Princeton, New Jersey were invited to speak to the group of approximately 80 guests. These women are among two of the 13 volunteers comprising C-Change Conversations, a 501(c)(3) organization promoting non-partisan discussion about the risks and opportunities with climate change. Their program provides scientifically grounded answers for the five most important questions many of us have about climate change: How do we know climate change is real? How do we know climate change is caused by humans? What is the scientific consensus? What are the dangers? And, is there hope that we can meet the challenge? For further information, visit www.c-changeconversations.org. Contributed by Mardie Faucette and Missy McIver

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