There is no shortage of actions that households and organizations can take on climate change, advocates and subject-matter experts said at Saturday’s Lancaster County Climate Summit.
Convened by local nonprofit Regenall, the summit brought dozens of speakers to six city venues for a full day of presentations and discussions. Organizers intend to make it an annual event.
“There was a lot of energy,” Regenall Executive Director Eric Sauder said. “This really shows how many fantastic organization are working on climate already here in Lancaster.”
One United Lancaster attended many of the presentations, and will be publishing articles about them in coming days. Articles will be added to the list below as they are posted.
- Creativity, collaboration can make Lancaster a climate leader, Regenall founder says
- Climate instability exacerbating global refugee crisis
- Encouraging entrepreneurs to meet climate goals
- The role of higher education
- Taking grassroots action
- City government rates its environmental progress
- Reviving the Pa. Environmental Rights Amendment
- The Conestoga River and the lessons of history