Teen Climate Change Activist to Speak @ SPC Seminole on May 25th

Climate Change is one of the defining issues of our lifetime. How can we tackle this highly complicated problem? Is it possible for one individual to make a difference? Is there anything that a young Millennial can do to effect change?
Fortunately, there is hope and young people can definitely make an impact. 

A Miami teenager who founded her own non-profit to raise awareness of the risks of climate change and sea level rise will address St. Petersburg College students at 10:30 a.m. May 25 at the Seminole Campus. Delaney Reynolds, a published author and illustrator of three children’s books and a TEDx speaker, will talk about her work to get her generation involved in preventing catastrophic disaster from the impacts of climate change. The program, sponsored by the Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions, will be from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in LI 270 at Seminole.

Please invite your students to participate and engage. Delaney is ready to inspire and converse with our students. Remember, engaged students are more likely to succeed @ SPC!

Fore more information, check out the link below:

https://solutions.spcollege.edu/teen-climate-change-activist-to-speak-at-seminole-may-25/

 

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