Plants Rule! Harnessing the Sun for Carbon-Negative Climate Solutions
Biological processes are important in reaching a carbon-negative future that reduces greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. Dr. Tom Richard of Penn State University will help us understand the amazing ability of living plants in agriculture and forest ecosystems to remove carbon from the atmosphere. He will also discuss new approaches to using that plant carbon for energy, manufacturing and reversing climate change. Join us to learn how Pennsylvania’s assets and new opportunities can contribute to our future sustainability.
This free program will be presented at the Milton & Catherine Hershey Conservatory at Hershey Gardens.
To register, please contact the Manada Conservancy at 717-566-4122 or email@example.com.