CH CO2 Lecture Series
The library and CH CO2, a non-profit organization supporting the community of Clarendon Hills with environmental education, hope that you can attend the following green programs:
Saturday, September 27, 10 am Flooding Modeling
Moira Zellner, a Research Associate Professor in the Institute of Environmental Science and Policy at the University of Illinois in Chicago, will share her work on how people can use simple simulations to collectively figure out how green infrastructure can help mitigate neighborhood flooding.
Saturday, November 8, 10 am Greening Your Home
Kay McKeen from SCARCE will cover the basics of making your home life greener – including tips on reducing waste, green shopping, energy conservation, recycling and greener/safer cleaning.
Saturday, November 15, 2 pm Conservation@Home
Jan Roehll from The Conservation Foundation will share how you can support the health of our environment through the use of native plants, rain barrels and rain gardens. Also, you will learn how native plants attract birds and butterflies, reduce stormwater runoff and cleanse water flowing back into our rivers and streams.