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THE NEXT CENTENNIAL GROUP MEETING IS THURSDAY, MARCH 3 & YOU ARE INVITED!

March 3, 2016 Program: "What El Niño & Coral Reefs Can Tell Us About Climate Change" Presented by Professor Kim Cobb:  Join us for Georgia Tech Professor Kim Cobb’s presentation on the effects of El Niño and climate change on coral reefs. Professor Cobb will describe how warmer water temperatures caused by El Niño provide a crystal ball view into the progression of this acute thermal stress.  You can also view the invitation on the Georgia Sierra Club's MeetUp page.

Time: Social & refreshments at 7:00 PM. Meeting starts at 7:30. We wrap up by 9:00 PM.

Location: NOTE: FOR THIS MEETING ONLY, WE ARE IN A DIFFERENT LOCATION AT LIFE UNIVERSITY. ROOM 112 of the Center for Undergraduate and Graduate Studies. Download Directions

  • We meet on the first Thursday of most months at Life University.
  • We host free outings for members and nonmembers throughout the month.
  • We host a variety of programs relating to our goals and our appreciation of Georgia's natural beauty and resources.

The Centennial Group of the Georgia Chapter of the Sierra Club was organized in 1992, the one hundredth anniversary year of the national Sierra Club. Our members from Cobb, Cherokee, and North Fulton counties volunteer to educate, enable, and encourage our fellow citizens to protect Georgia's environment "for our families and our future".

 

 

 

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