Sun, Apr 23|
The Thinking Spot
Saving the Planet with Paul Douglas and Rod Fisher
This Earth Day, learn what you can do to save the planet. Meet local entrepreneur and Star Tribune Meteorologist Paul Douglas in conversation with Climate Change advocate Dr. Fisher about Climate Change and our role in it.
Time & Location
Apr 23, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
The Thinking Spot, 3311 County Rd 101 Suite 4, Wayzata, MN 55391, USA
About the event
Author and Meteorologist Paul Douglas will discuss climate change and what we can do about it with engineer, scientist, and climate change advocate Dr. Rod Fisher.
Paul Douglas is a nationally recognized meteorologist, entrepreneur, and author based in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. He has witnessed the symptoms of a rapidly changing climate show up in extreme weather and has made regular appearances on MSNBC and in The Washington Post.
Douglas is the author of Restless Skies: The Ultimate Weather Book and coauthor of Caring for Creation: The Evangelical's Guide to Climate Change and a Healthy Environment.
Dr. Rod Fisher is a 30-year resident of Eden Prairie. He has worked as a scientist, engineer, teacher and now in phase 4 of his professional life is focused on understanding and enabling solutions to societal problems - in particular, challenges & opportunities with Climate Change.
"A Kid's Guide To Saving The Planet" Book By Paul Douglas
The Earth is warming. The climate is changing. Sea levels are on the rise, and plastic is showing up... everywhere.
We have every reason to be concerned about our planet, our only home. New inventions and technologies will help, but cleaning up the planet--saving the world--will require all of us to pay attention and take action. What can you do to help? Plenty!
Despite what you may hear on the news, the situation isn't hopeless, and we aren't helpless. In this inspiring, informative book, nationally recognized meteorologist Paul Douglas clearly and thoughtfully presents the daunting problems of climate change. And he offers realistic solutions (including some that are already working!) and actions that kids can participate in now. It's imperative that we all step up and become part of the solution, by engaging in new, smarter ways of living.