Climate Change on Long Island – The Lived Experience
April 26 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Our panel will examine the lived experience of climate change on Long Island. Fishermen, farmers, construction engineers, scientists, pulmonologists, and naturalists help us move past the debate over climate change. We examine how it affects Long Island now and in the future. Collectively we will examine solutions.
Learn about the revolutionary land management plan used by our hosts, the Sisters of St. Joseph (CSJ). The solar farm the CSJ are building is one of many ways they model a new future for all of us.
Shana Udvardyl — Climate Resilience Analyst, Union of Concerned Scientists
Norman H Edelman, MD – Pulmonologist (SUNY Stony Brook)
Mr. Gary Grunseich — Silly Lily Fishing Station Owner and Oceanographer
Gary Grunseich, Ph.D. — Climatologist, Senior Environmental Scientist, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Al Krupski – Krupski Farms (North Fork) and Suffolk County Legislator
Mr. Danny Tanzi— Engineer and Architect
Marshall Brown – Save the Great South Bay Founder
Ryan Madden – Long Island Progressive Coalition (LIPC), Sustainability Organizer
Eric Weltman – Food and Water Watch