Brought to you by Gulf Coast Creation Care and Sierra Club
Western Antarctica is experiencing record warming temperatures that are causing glacial recessions and ice shelf break-ups. Annual sea ice is rapidly receding with warming seas. Dr. McClintock will tell the stories of sea ice-dependent marine animals that are being impacted by these dramatic changes to their habitats. Also considered is how Antarctic Ocean currents are influencing climate change in the northern hemisphere, including Alabama. He will also share how humankind, through global collaboration, successfully addressed closing the hole in the ozone over Antarctica. This successful, cooperative endeavor offers a hopeful model to address our global climate change crisis.
When: Tuesday Evening, February 7th at 5:30 p.m. (Light refreshments served prior to the presentation, speaker begins at 6 pm)
Where: 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center, Tensaw Theater. Please forward this invitation to any interested people or groups.
(The General Public is invited, FREE Admission)
Location address: 5 River, Alabama’s Delta Resource Center, 30945 Five Rivers Blvd., Spanish Fort, AL 36527 (entrance is across from Meaher State Park on the Mobile Bay Causeway).
For more information, please contact Carol Adams-Davis, 702-496-5050 or email [email protected]