Maine Won't Wait: A Climate Action Update
Join Kathleen Meil of Maine Conservation Voters to learn how Maine is making progress on its climate action plan!
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- Cost: Free
OnlineThis event is handicap accessible
Since its introduction in December 2020, Maine Won't Wait has pushed the needle on climate action in Maine, creating momentum for reducing emissions, advancing clean energy, and protecting Maine people and communities from the harms of climate change. Join Kathleen Meil, Senior Director of Policy & Partnerships at Maine Conservation Voters and member of the Maine Climate Council's Steering Committee, for a look at the state's remarkable progress and the urgent work ahead.
This Ted Exford Climate Stewards lecture is supported by Dave & Loretta (Exford) Hoglund.
This program will be recorded and posted shortly thereafter here.
Please note that closed captions will be available when watching the
recording on YouTube, but not during the live presentation on Zoom.
About the Presenter
Kathleen Meil leads Maine Conservation Voters' state and federal climate action and Clean Energy for All campaigns, manages the organization’s civic engagement and organizing work, and serves on the Steering Committee of the Maine Climate Council. She also facilitates the Environmental Priorities Coalition, a partnership of environmental, conservation, and public health organizations. Kathleen began her career as an elementary school teacher and remains committed to education and collaboration as the foundation for transformative change. She chairs the board of Trekkers, a youth mentoring organization in Midcoast Maine. Kathleen holds an MEd in Elementary Education from Lesley University and a BA in Science Education Policy and English Literature from Kenyon College. She lives with her family in Camden.