Brown Bag Lunch: Belfast’s Climate Crisis Committee’s Ongoing Efforts

Instructor:  Beverly Roxby

  • Zoom Class
  • 1 session, February 9, 11:45 to 1:00
  • Free with membership

Three years ago the City of Belfast agreed to adopt a climate change committee to address what we’re seeing now, what’s likely to happen in the future, and how to get the public on board as stakeholders. Beverly Roxby has been a part of this committee since it began and will share information about its past, present, and hopefully future work in a world where we need to think globally by acting locally.

1 session, February 9, 11:45 to 1:00, free with membership

Beverly Roxby is a retired secondary school English teacher who moved to Belfast with husband Robert 9 years ago. She’s been active with environmental campaigns since the early 1970’s and began to focus on climate change’s impact back in 2004 as a self appointed environmental educator for the Manchester, NH School District. She’s been on Belfast’s Climate Crisis Committee since its start, along with other fellow Pen Bay Stewards graduates who initiated the idea of starting a committee to fulfill their “30 hours of public service” paying-it-forward from that wonderful program.