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9/12/2012 9:25:00 PM
Climate expert speaks about sustainability Monday
The Daily Courier

COTTONWOOD - Climate scientist and award-winning author Bob Doppelt will speak at the Old Town Center for the Arts in Cottonwood at 5 p.m. Monday.

The free talk is called "From Me to We."

Doppelt will talk about the five transformational commitments he believes are required to rescue the planet, our organizations and our lives and help make them sustainable.

Doppelt is executive director of The Resource Innovation Group, which is affiliated with the Center for Sustainable Communities at Willamette University. For more information go online to theresourceinnovationgroup.org.

He also is an adjunct instructor at the University of Oregon, where he previously directed the Resources Innovations and Climate Leadership Initiative in the Institute for a Sustainable Environment.

He authored two award-winning books about sustainability.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Friday, September 14, 2012
Article comment by: Ghost of the Real Prescott Patriot

Let me guess, cow flatulence and SUV's!

Posted: Thursday, September 13, 2012
Article comment by: Tom Von Deck

@Slam: How low should an environmentalist's "footprint" be to meet your standards? Exactly what is the proper lifestyle? Amish standards? They're driving cars now too. Gilligan's Island?

Posted: Thursday, September 13, 2012
Article comment by: dog on

@Slam.... Please stay in or go back to school.

Posted: Thursday, September 13, 2012
Article comment by: Slam The Book Shut

Mr. Doppelt are you taking a jet if so how big of a carbon foot print will you leave with this trip to Cottonwood? Have you ever heard of the internet? You can use the net with a live cam and all the tree huggers can stay at home wacthing it on the net. So please stay In Oregon so every body can lesson there carbon foot print! But like I have allways said you show me a environmenttalist I will show you a hypocrtie. By the way it has been over 10 years that I have traveled by a jet aircraft but I know most of you, who say they belive in climate change can not say that.

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