Three Rivers Community College, 574 New London Turnpike, Norwich, CT
6-8:30 p.m., held in Room C101; coordinated by Diba Khan-Bureau, Professor of Civil/Environmental Engineering Technology; free; (860) 215-9443 or (860) 215-9016.
January 24 - Beth Merow, Connecticut Humane Society Community Outreach Manager --The Impact of Community Pets on the Environment.
January 31 - Judy Preston LISS/CT Sea Grant -- The History of the Green Lawn Dilemma; Coastal Water Quality Challenges in Connecticut.
February 7 - Dr. Jason Vokoun, UCONN Professor of Fisheries Management -- Are Global Freshwater Fish Populations Safe from Collapse?
February 14 - Dr. John Lane, United States Geological Survey (USGS)--Water Resources in the Developing World.
February 21 - Dr. Vincent Breslin, Professor Marine Sciences SCSU -- Plastic Microbeads are Invading our Oceans Worldwide. What are the Impacts Internationally and in Connecticut?
February 28 - Justin Wiggins, CT. Department of Energy and Environmental Protection --The Management of Recreational Fishing, what it Means for Connecticut’s Economy and Environment.
March 7 - Dr. Hedley Freake, Professor Nutritional Sciences UCONN -- Approaches to Eating in the United States: Consequences for our Health and Environment.
March 21 - Greg Bugbee and Abigail Wiegand, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station --Invasive Aquatic Plants found in CT Lakes.
March 28 - Dr. Gerald Berkowitz, Professor Agriculture Biotechnology UCONN -- Public Perception, Human Health Risks, and Environmental Impact of Genetically Engineered Crops.
April 4 - Dr. Thomas Meyer, Professor Geomatics UCONN -- Using GPS to Reveal Secret Lives of Mountain Lions.
April 11 - Anthony Irving, Eightmile River Wild & Scenic Coordinating Committee -- Why Do We Save Land? The History and Role of Land Conservation as a Community Asset.
April 18 - Corrie Folsom-O’Keefe, Audubon Society --Bird Conservation across Connecticut and specifically in the Lyme Forest Block.
April 25 - Dr. Michael Dietz, Professor UCONN Extension Office Program Director NEMO --International and National Concerns of Stormwater Pollution: Stormwater and Low Impact Design.
May 2 - Dr. James Tait, Professor Marine Sciences SCSU -- Coastal Erosion, Storms and Coastal Resilience: Living with our Oceans in a Time of Climate Change.
May 9 - David Stokes, CT. Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection Bureau of Waste Management and Enforcement -- Hazardous Waste Management Regulations.