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Norfolk Hub Talks presents A Local Scientific Perspective on Our Changing Climate - Shared screen with gallery view
Kathy Robb
32:07
Thank you for putting this program together!
Danielle Giulian
32:53
Thanks everyone for attending and Tamara for speaking!
Tom Murtha
35:28
To connect with the Norfolk Climate Coalition, please email us at norfolkcct@gmail.com
Mary O'Neill
36:18
To sign up for communications from GMF please email Heath at info@greatmountainforest.org. Thank you!
Kelly Kandra Hughes
37:14
I also love GMF's Instagram account! Such amazing photos.
Tom Strumolo
38:23
Hi Dawn, awesome to zee you, it has been too long. Thanks to Tom, Tamara, the library (Hi Ann), and YOU for putting this together. We should talk about energy sometime soon, one key component of local climate response.
Dawn Whalen
39:15
Hey Tom! Thanks...yes, let's definitely chat! in person?? ;)
Erick Olsen
42:24
Very pleased that this came together - delighted that the church is collaborating with other like-minded, wonderful people and groups!
Dawn Whalen
42:46
Thank you, Erick!
Erick Olsen
44:19
Of course - and thanks to you and the rest of the crew! Looking forward to strengthening partnerships in the future.
Tom Murtha
44:22
Great to see you all here! Please feel free to most your questions here in the chat for Q&A with Tamara after she concludes her presentation.
Tom Murtha
46:03
It will be my pleasure to tee up your questions for Tamara.
Tom Strumolo
53:38
Dawn, I'm breaking out of my bubble March 26, 2 weeks after my second vax. I'll be having meetings at that time, still masking, still no hugging, preferably out-of-doors, but live and in person. Before then Erick and I would like to talk to you about emergency energy services for people who are freezing, having trouble with oil bills, or just want to know what can be done to make their homes more efficient. I'm sending you email separately.
Tom Strumolo
54:50
Tamara, Tom, et al I have to roll. Thanks so much for including me, what a nice talk!
Steven Dunsky
58:44
How can different methods of silviculture increase carbon sequestration?
Michelle childs
01:00:01
Hi Steve Dunsky, Glad you are on this Zoom.
Willliam Bentley
01:02:27
To help us understand carbon in GMF, please distinguish between the process of sequestering carbon and the ongoing storage of carbon in forest trees, soils and so forth. Bill Bentley
Steven Dunsky
01:02:39
Very interesting talk. Looking forward to learning more.
Steven Dunsky
01:07:49
Hi Bill Bentley, looking forward to getting together when we are back in CT.
Steven Dunsky
01:09:11
Thanks Michelle.
Michelle childs
01:14:55
Hi Bill Bentley and Steve, So glad to see you on this talk. Come visit soon. We are can talk about this…we maintain the stocking well above the regional baseline by virtue of our contract under CARB. And track outflows of fixed carbon and into products Michelle and Star Childs
Michelle childs
01:17:03
obviously we need to have reinventory and 3rd party verification of additionally every 6 years under the agreement.
Steven Dunsky
01:21:32
Looking forward to our next visit, and asking more questions. Love the work that you all do.
Michelle childs
01:24:21
Thank you Tamara and Tom, Great discussion on the forest and climate change.
Michael Selleck
01:24:45
Thank you! Very interesting program.
Shawnee Baldwin
01:25:49
this was wonderful. I look forward to visiting you.
Yukimaiuki
01:25:56
Thanks for this meeting
Steven Dunsky
01:25:57
Thanks Tamara!
Bronwen Childs
01:26:06
Thank You
Danielle Giulian
01:26:07
Thank you!
Mary O'Neill
01:26:22
Thanks everyone! To sign up for GMF emails and notices info@greatmountainforest.org
Steven Dunsky
01:26:59
Thanks Dawn.
Erick Olsen
01:27:27
Thank you!
Michelle childs
01:28:49
Than you Mary O’Neill!
Lisa Atkin
01:28:52
Thank you