Morrsville, Climate Reality Project present “24 Hours of Reality”

NORWICH – Given the possibility that our planet could be facing one of the biggest crises in all of mankind’s history, students at the Morrisville State College Norwich Campus are asking skeptics and believers alike one question ... why is there so little change taking place?



That will be the topic of discussion from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Roger W. Follett Hall, 20 Conkey Ave., when the Norwich Campus’ Student Government Organization hosts The Climate Reality Project and “24 Hours of Reality.”

The event will feature a number of informational booths, local speakers, discussions, activities and a live stream of Al Gore’s latest multimedia presentation, “24 Hours of Reality,” which is, according to organizers, “literally a global event.”

Delivered once per hour for 24 straight hours, Gore’s presentation includes 24 presenters, 24 time zones, 13 languages and one message: the reality of climate change, said Stacie Edick, who’ll also give a presentation on Cornell Professor R. Howarth’s research on the climate impacts of natural gas.


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