Imagination Station hosting virtual conversation on climate change
The science center deems the event as a way to uncover the causes and find out how you can make a difference.
TOLEDO, Ohio — Imagination Station, supported by the Association of Science and Technology Centers and IF/THEN®, an initiative of Lyda Hill Philanthropies, will host a family-friendly discussion about climate change.
Hosted by 13abc’s Christina Williams, Climate Change: A Family Conversation will showcase the work and expertise of Dr. Kimberley R. Miner, a climate scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab and Shyla Raghav, a climate change expert at Conservation International. Both actively work to understand and develop solutions to the climate crisis. They’ll answer your family’s questions during a virtual conversation scheduled for Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. on the science center’s Facebook page.
Participants will also hear from LaRae Sprow, a Natural Resource Supervisor at Metroparks Toledo, to learn about climate change in our own backyard. Sprow focuses on prescribed burns in the Oak Openings Region as a way to care for, and protect its oak savannas, woodlands and prairies. This important work helps the park system and its partners ensure that the region’s many endangered species and plants are preserved for the future.
Visit imaginationstationtoledo.org to register. The event is free and open to everyone.