CNMF Member Reminder
Tomorrow is our next Naturally Speaking Science Education Talk and we are excited to have you join us here at your National Park. This talk will be by guest speaker and former Cabrillo National Monument Science Education Coordinator, Alex Warneke.
Please plan to arrive early as we expect a large crowd and a beautiful day. This event is free with admission to the park and open to the public. The discussion will begin promptly at 10am, followed by a Q&A with the speaker. This event will take place in the Visitor Center Auditorium.
If you take pictures through the event, we would love to see them either on our Facebook or Instagram pages (tag @CNMFoundation and @CabrilloNPS).
Title: San Diego Wildlife, Climate Change, and You!
Speaker: Alex Warneke, Climate Science Alliance
Synopsis: Our climate is changing. We see the effects of this on a global scale- devastating storms, rising seas, ravaging wildfires. However, how does the changing climate affect us and our ecosystems right here in San Diego? This past year the Climate Science Alliance teamed up with local ecologists and climatologists to answer this very question. Reviewing the most current, regionally specific climate data with research on local South Coast species and habitats, the team presents a broad picture of risks associated with our changing climate. Come get a glimpse of what they found and more importantly - what you can do to help. Find out more about the Climate Science Alliance at: www.climatesciencealliance.org
About the Author: Alexandria Warneke, Deputy Director of the Climate Science Alliance, developed the Science Education department at Cabrillo National Monument and worked here as the Scientific Program Coordinator from 2014 – 2018. Alex is a strong proponent of unconventional science communication and extending the broader impacts of science to the general public. Alexandria Warneke – Ecologist – Storyteller - Explorer.