Jefferson County Library to host climate discussion series

PORT HADLOCK — The Jefferson County Library will host “Understanding the Scope of Our Clean Energy Challenge” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

The free, monthly discussion series will stream on Zoom.

The program, the first session in Climate Change and Clean Energy: a Six-Part Series, will cover climate models, issues related to changing energy production methods and will attempt to delineate the scale of the problem.

The team of presenters includes Steve Blake, David Blessing, Chelcie Liu, Dave Clive, Gary Nelson and Doug Rodgers.

Future presentations in the series are:

• Jan. 20: “Renewables Are Necessary but Not Sufficient”

• Jan. 27: “Understanding the Electric Grid and How to Make CO2-Free Electricity”

• Feb. 3: “How Do Nuclear Reactors Fit Our Need for Electricity Production?”

• Feb. 10: “Bringing Clean Energy to Everyone”

• Feb. 17: “Wrap Up”

For more information or to register for the discussion series, visit

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