PictureThe Resource Renew Institute’s Huey Johnson and Deborah L. Moskovitz will speak about climate change at the Outdoor Art Club on March 2 at 1pm. Courtesy images.

Climate change is one of myriad issues on the minds of environmentalists in 2017, and the Outdoor Art Club has lined up two local experts on the subject for “Climate Change: From Local to National Issues,” a free event on March 2 at 1pm.

​The event features Huey Johnson, the founder of the Mill Valley-based Resource Renewal Institute – a 32-year-old nonprofit organization that “advances innovative solutions to environmental challenges,” as well as Diana L. Moskovitz, the organization’s president. Moskovitz oversees RRI’s Fish in the Fields Project and Methane Capture Initiative, while Johnson is widely known for his pioneering Investing for Prosperity policy.

The 411: “Climate Change: From Local to National Issues” is at 1pm on Thursday, March 2 at the Outdoor Art Club, 1 West Blithedale Avenue. Free.

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