The Central Florida Summit on Global Climate Change will feature presentations on water conservation, working together to improve the environment and the importance of sustainability.
The summit, which is free and open to the public, will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at the Fairwinds Alumni Center on UCF’s main campus. The summit is a co-curricular component of UCF’s Unifying Theme.
Carrie Mohanna, Orange County’s Watershed Action Volunteer Program coordinator, will give the first presentation about “Working Together to Improve Our Environment.”
Alaina Bernard, assistant director for UCF’s Environmental Initiative will discuss “Campus Sustainability – UCF’s Inside Story.”
Thomas Blush, an environmental scientist and GIS analyst with BCI’s Water Resources, will speak about “A Better Way to Water Conservation.”
Kevin Sherin, director of the Orange County Health Department, will join the three speakers for a panel discussion.
For more information, visit http://ucf.floridaclimateinstitute.org/.