DURHAM — The New Hampshire State Climatologist will speak on climate change and its impact in New England in the upcoming Zoom presentation “Weathering the Storm,” hosted by the Active Retirement Association (ARA).
Dr. Mary Stampone of the University of New Hampshire will discuss topics ranging from severe weather events to the potential impact of climate change on our communities and livelihoods on Thurs., November 19 at 10:00 a.m. Non-ARA members may attend one program per semester: register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, the program title “Weathering the Storm” and the community where you reside.
As the New Hampshire State Climatologist, Dr. Stampone provides New Hamp-shire citizens, educators and agencies with weather and climate information to aid environmental planning and management. She is an associate professor in the UNH Geography Department. Besides her climate research, she teaches undergraduate courses in environmental geography, including courses on weather, climate, and natural hazards.
The Active Retirement Association is for people 50 and over, retired or not. Based in Durham, NH, the all-volunteer membership organization serves people every-where, with members centered in New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts.
Originally sparked by and still affiliated with the University of New Hampshire, the ARA is committed to “Expanding Your World” in person or via Zoom by offering lectures, workshops, discussion groups, films, cultural tours, walks/hikes, special-interest groups, and much more. For more information, visit www.unh.edu/ara or email email@example.com for membership information. See us on Facebook at Active Retirement Association.
The ARA, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, is not affiliated with any political, religious, ethnic, or special interest group.