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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Climate Change meetings

Is this early spring warmer than usual?
Or is this the new normal?

Get your questions ready for NASA scientists at our forum:
Observations from Space: Earth and Climate Change
Howard Community College
Rouse Co. Foundation Student Hall (RCF 400)
Saturday, March 24, from 9 to noon

NASA's 16 satellites constantly monitor Earth's climate, atmosphere, glaciers, oceans and much more.  At this free forum next weekend, three NASA scientists will discuss the latest images from these distant observatories and the profound changes taking place in the climate.  Following the lectures, the scientists will join a panel with other experts to discuss the consequences for human health, the environment and other vital issues. The panel will answer questions from the audience.This free event is cosponsored by the Climate Change Initiative of Howard County, Howard Community College, NASA and the county government.
Refreshments will be provided. For more information and registration, go to:
http://www.howardcc.edu/​students/student_life/​ClimateChange/


Marylanders' Circle of Support for Offshore Wind

Join hundreds of Marylanders on Monday night April 2 to form a "Circle of Support" around the Maryland State House in Annapolis to encourage lawmakers to embrace offshore wind power.

WHERE:   Lawyer's Mall, 100 State Circle, Annapolis
WHEN:   Monday, April 2, 7 pm
WHO:  Speakers include business leaders, faith leaders, public health advocates, legislators & more.

Join the Howard County/CCIHC carpool - Leaving at 5:30 pm from King’s Contrivance Village Center (intersection of Edenbrook Drive and Guilford Road, 8620 Guilford Road, Columbia.) Meet at the parking lot beyond McDonald’s.  Please send your name and cell number to hococlimatechange@gmail.com or call 443-803-8546, if you plan to join the carpool so we can be in touch.   Indicate if you want a $5 Offshore Wind t-shirt and size.  http://www.hococlimatechange.​org/events/howard-county-event

1 comment:

Jack said...

Hoco Connect,

My name is Jack. I live in Guangzhou, China with my wife Qing Mei. I used to live in Owen Brown where we shared a tot-lot, or more specifically, where Joey and I shared a tot-lot. I discovered you through a Google search of the tot-lot removals a friend on Facebook told me about. I have been unsuccessful in contacting Joey, but I would like to know how he is doing and I'd like to find a way to talk to him again. Can you help me?