Students discuss, debate climate change

Students discuss, debate climate change

Central Wyoming College environmental science and forensics students host a public forum on climate change Thursday, Nov. 8 at 3 p.m. in room 171 of Main Hall.

 
The students discuss and debate how the climate change affects Wyoming’s wildlife population during the event, which is entitled “Dine, Debate and Deliberate.”
 
The environmental science students will make a presentation on the effects of global warming on moose and wolf populations in the state, which will be followed by a discussion and debate with the forensics students. Complimentary pizza is served.
 
The public is welcome to attend.
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