Mobilize Frederick Climate Summit at Hood College
Speakers at climate summit include President Chapdelaine, County Executive Jessica Fitzwater, Mayor Michael O’Connor
Hood College is proud to host the Mobilize Frederick Climate Summit on campus this Saturday, May 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. within the Hodson Auditorium inside of Rosenstock Hall.
The theme of this year’s summit is “Mobilizing All of Us” and will focus on the four organizing principles outlined in the Climate Response and Resilience Report:
- Conserve as much as possible
- Electrify everything
- Preserve and restore nature
- Build for the future
In addition, there will be two hot topics presented:
- Accelerating Green Investment in Frederick County: Could a Green Bank Work?
- Green Schools in Frederick County
Hood College President Andrea E. Chapdelaine, Ph.D., will kick off the summit with opening remarks ahead of featured keynote speakers County Executive Jessica Fitzwater, Mayor Michael O’Connor and Climate Change Commission Commissioner Michael C. Powell.
There will be opportunities throughout the day for attendees to ask questions and share information about climate impacts before wrapping up the day with a panel discussion featuring community leaders.
An exhibit hall is also available for showcasing innovations and solutions by public and private-sector organizations.
The conference will be held at Hood’s 400-seat Hodson Auditorium in Rosenstock Hall. Lunch and sponsor and nonprofit group displays will be in neighboring Whitaker Hall.
This event is open to all members of the public and there is no charge for admission, but registration is required. Lunches will be catered by Hood College and can be ordered when registering for the event. Register here: hoodcollege.tfaforms.net/217953
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