Delaware Interfaith Power & Light to host March 30 offshore wind discussion
Delaware Interfaith Power & Light will host a virtual event from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 30, to discuss offshore wind energy with leading experts in the industry. The event will be co-hosted by Delaware Center for the Inland Bays, Delaware Audubon Society, POWER - People for Offshore Wind and Resources, Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware, and Unitarian Universalist Delaware Advocacy Network. This event is a part of the Worldwide Teach-In on Climate taking place in communities all over the world to discuss how people can achieve a decarbonized future.
The keynote speaker will be Willett Kempton, a professor at the University of Delaware School of Marine Science and Policy, and a nationally renowned expert in offshore wind energy.
His presentation will be followed by a panel discussion on what offshore wind could mean for Delaware with Kempton; Chris Bason, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays executive director; Alan Greenglass, MD, Mid Atlantic Alliance on Climate & Health; and Shilo Felton, PhD, National Audubon Society Clean Energy Initiative field manager.
To register for the event, go to tinyurl.com/2p8pc6sy.
For details, contact Delaware Interfaith Power & Light Executive Director Shweta Arya, Shweta.Arya@delawareipl.org.
The Climate Conversations initiative is a program of Delaware Interfaith Power & Light, supported by Energize Delaware, creating opportunities to openly, candidly and respectfully discuss issues related to climate change; share individual beliefs, confusions, observations, fears, and hopes; and explore practical ideas and available resources for creating a healthier planet.
Founded in 2011, Delaware Interfaith Power & Light is a chapter of Interfaith Power and Light, a national nonprofit who mission is to inspire and mobilize people of faith and conscience to take bold and just action on climate change.