As climate change becomes an increasingly important issue in our nation and world, how might Ohio be uniquely impacted — both its landscape and its communities? In this series entitled “Colors of Climate Change,” we explore the current situation in Ohio from perspectives that shed light on how climate impacts us all and how we are impacting climate in return; we investigate how negative effects of climate change affect some of us more than others; and we unpack topics like natural disasters, agriculture, public health, economics, ecology and more through data and insights from scientists, policymakers, educators and other experts.

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public talk & reception

Free on July 27th? Join us at "Climate in Context: Environmental Storytelling in Polarized Times," a public talk and reception at the Toledo Lucas County Public Library - Main Branch, for an afternoon of food, conversation and exploration.

Supported in part by the Midwest Big Data Innovation Hub’s Community Development and Engagement program via NSF award #1916613. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. Additional support provided by a grant from the First Solar Community Giving Fund of the Greater Toledo Community Foundation.