May 20, 2020: Ramping Up Land Conservation is Critical for Meeting Maryland’s Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions Webinar

Date: May 20, 2020

Time: 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm

Last Chance to Participate in Live Webinars

Forever Maryland is excited by the response of the first two webinars from our May Webinar Series on Climate, Conservation & Collaboration. Join us for the last four webinars which will take place over the next two weeks. Ask questions in real time to the experts!

Donald F. Boesch, University of Maryland Center for Environmental ScienceRamping Up Land Conservation is Critical for Meeting Maryland’s Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions
Maryland’s Greenhouse Gas Reductions Act (GGRA) requires a 40% reduction in emissions by 2030. The draft plan includes questionable assumptions about carbon sequestration by forests and other natural lands and very modest objectives about increasing such sequestration. Even deeper emissions reductions will have to be achieved to achieve net-zero by 2050 and it is clear that much greater offsets through sequestration will be required. We will review the math and offer some proposals for substantial but realistic increases in carbon sequestration by forests and agricultural lands.

“These webinars are fantastic! Please get the word out so more people can participate in these live webinars with top rate speakers.” Don Owen, May 14, 20

Webinar Registration Fees: $20 each