ROME, N.Y.- A climate change seminar was held in Rome Thursday evening.
The Seminar was at the Jervis Public Library in Rome, and Dr. Kenneth Mazlen a former SUNY Poly Professor was the speaker.
Mazlen spoke about climate change, and how it could impact the community.
Topics discussed included severe weather, higher temperatures, and rising sea levels.
“Assemblywoman (Marianne) Buttenschon accepted my offer to talk in the community about climate change and how the community members can be active and engaged in helping, and in the case where I was talking about being better prepared for extreme weather events." Mazlen said.
The event was organized by Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon. Mazlen took questions from the audience, and says he is very pleased with tonight’s turnout.
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