What: “Climate Extremes in Montana: Stories of Change and Resilience”
When: Wednesday, Nov. 16, 7:00 pm MST
How: via Webinar, Pre-Register here:
The Montana Climate Office (MCO) housed at the University of Montana in Missoula is one of the leading state climate centers in the nation. The MCO just updated its projections for what to expect in specific locations within Montana in the coming years. The MCO speakers will be joined by two leaders from the Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes (CKST). This webinar will look at the extreme weather events that occurred in Montana over the past year or so, and what we can expect in the future, with particular reference to Missoula, Helena, Bozeman and Billings and well as on the tribal reservations across the state.
Speakers include:
Montana Climate Office:
Dr. Kelsey Jensco (MT State Climatologist, Director of the Montana Climate Office)
Dr. Kyle Bocinsky (Director Climate Extension, MCO)
Dr. Zachary Holman (Assistant State Climatologist, MCO)
Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes
Mr. Mike Durglo, Jr (CSKT, Director of Historic Preservation, Chair, Climate Change Advisory Council)
Ms. Gwen Langford (CSKT, Climate Change Advisory Council Executive Steering Group)
Co-sponsors include: Citizens’ Climate Lobby; Climate Smart Missoula; Families for a Livable Climate; Great Falls Rising; Montana Environmental Center; Montana Health Professionals for a Healthy Climate; Wild Montana; Wilderness Watch; League of Women Voters of Billings, Bozeman, Helena and Missoula

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