The Idaho Climate Action Network will host speaker Sue Skinner on “Environmental Issues and Legacies within the Portneuf Watershed – an EPA Community Based Perspective” at the First United Methodist Church, 200 N. 15th Ave., 7:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 25. Skinner has been the Community Based Environmental Protection Specialist in Pocatello since 2002 in the Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 10 Office of Ecosystems, Tribal, and Public Affairs. She will include specifics on climate change as it relates to air and water quality topics in our area. The public is invited and questions are welcome.
The Idaho Climate Action Network, or Idaho CAN, mission is to educate the public about climate change and global warming. Simple actions such as what we eat, what we drive, how we build our homes, etc., have an effect on our immediate surroundings, as well as worldwide.
For more information about Idaho CAN, please contact Marv McCall, 232-9250 or visit idahocan.wordpress.com/.