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National Teach-in features discussion on climate change and sustainability

News Release — 2 February 2009

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Media contact: Sue Stevens, Senior Media Relations Officer, (817) 272-3317, sstevens@uta.edu

ARLINGTON -
University of Texas at Arlington student leaders will bring lessons learned from the National Teach-In on Climate Change and Sustainability to a roundtable discussion with local decision-makers at 4 p.m.Thursday, May 5, in the Lone Star Auditorium at the Maverick Activity Center, 500 W. Nedderman Drive.  The discussion will explore solutions that emerged from the National Teach-in educational sessions.


UT Arlington President James D. Spaniolo will deliver an opening address and join the other panelists for the roundtable discussion. Panelists include Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck; Richard Greene, School of Urban and Public Affairs faculty member and a former EPA regional administrator; and John Promise, director of environment and development for North Central Texas Council of Governments.


The event is free. See http://www.uta.edu/maps/ for directions to the venue. Contact Chelsea Roff at (469) 556-2926 or chesea.roff@mavs.uta.edu  for more information.
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