September 28, 2019 at 11:00 am

Squam Lakes Conservation Society, Holderness, NH.

Whales: Unlikely Climate Change Superheroes

Free event, open to the public.

“Whales: Unlikely Climate Change Superheroes” Blue whale expert, Michael Fishbach, will reveal mysteries about the blue whale– the largest creature that has ever existed. This species, along with other whales, has an oversized role in restoring ocean health and combatting climate change. Accidental ship collisions and marine plastics are killing these animals but the Great Whale Conservancy has an innovation plan to save them!

Read more: https://www.squamslandtrust.org/

September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Tin Mountain Conservation, Albany, NH.

Whales: Unlikely Climate Change Superheroes

Free event, open to the public.

“Whales: Unlikely Climate Change Superheroes” Blue whale expert, Michael Fishbach, will reveal mysteries about the blue whale– the largest creature that has ever existed. This species, along with other whales, has an over-sized role in restoring ocean health and combating climate change. Accidental ship collisions and marine plastics are killing these animals but the Great Whale Conservancy has an innovation plan to save them!

Read more: https://www.tinmountain.org/

October 19, 2019

Wollam Farms, Jeffersonton, Virginia (50 miles from Washington, DC)

Literary Festival

Open to the public. For more information and tickets please go to: Grace, Race & Renewing the Commons.

Come hear Michael Fishbach, Executive Director, GWC and Ralph Chami, IMF Assistant Director and GWC Advisor presenting their new work on the economic value of whales and their role in mitigating climate change. They join with other speakers on the topic of protecting our commons at this day-long literary festival.

Read more: http://wollamgardens.com/literary-festival