Exploring Forest Carbon: Management, Markets & Policy

The Citizens’ Climate Lobby chapters in State College and the Susquehanna Valley presented a special panel discussion on forest carbon on October 12, 2021. The video is available on YouTube. The expert panelists were Ellen Shultzabarger, Pennsylvania State Forester, PA Dept. of Conservation & Natural Resources Kevin Yoder, Forester for the Family Forest Carbon Program, Pennsylvania Nature Conservancy Matt Gabler, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Forest Products Association The program was researched and organized by Cathy Cullen and Kay Cramer. The Q & A moderator… Read More »Exploring Forest Carbon: Management, Markets & Policy

State College to Glasgow: What’s Happening with Climate Change Solutions

On December 7, 2021, three members of our chapter presented an overview of the developments in Climate Change policy during 2021. Lisa Richardson, Dick Jones, and Sylvia Neely looked at solutions at the local, state, national, and international level. The video is available on YouTube:

The Centre Region Climate Action Plan

CCL State College was pleased to offer an opportunity to learn about the Centre Region Climate Action Plan on June 28, 2020. Here is a recording of the event. Pam Adams, Sustainability Planner for the Centre Region Council of Governments (COG), presented information about the recently completed Centre Region greenhouse gas emissions inventory and the development of a Climate Action Plan that is in the works.  Jesse Barlow, State College Borough Council member, and Carla Stilson,  College Township Council member, offered their insights on the role… Read More »The Centre Region Climate Action Plan

The Future of Nuclear Energy

Here is video of a presentation made by Dr. Arthur T. Motta, professor in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at Penn State University, on November 3, 2019 at Schlow Library in State College. Dr. Motta’s talk was part of a public session sponsored by the State College Chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby on “The Future of Nuclear Energy.” Thanks go to State College Area School District students Nico Cárdenas-Miller and Nicholas Cole for creating this video.