Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences

Climate Change and Colorado Water

Climate Change and Colorado Water

Louisville Climate Change Symposium

by Jeff Lukas, Western Water Assessment

As part of an on-going public education initiative, the City of Louisville Open Space Division and Open Space Advisory Board recognize that Climate Change is an issue that has potential to affect us all at global to local scales. The Louisville Climate Change Symposium is an initiative led by the Open Space Advisory Board to reach out  to our Louisville, Boulder County and Colorado community to provide cutting edge information about the science of climate change and potential impacts to Colorado and the Front Range.  This three-part series will feature topics ranging from the current state of climate science to predicted effects on Colorado water and Front Range vegetation.

Come explore what climate change means to Louisville and the world we live in.

Tickets are free, but space is limited and you must have a ticket to attend. Tickets will be available one month prior to each event online. - See more at: http://cires.colorado.edu/news/events/events/climate-change-and-colorado-water/#sthash.G8vOVs45.dpuf

location

Louisville Middle School - 1341 Main St, Louisville, CO 80027