Extension Engaged to focus on greenhouse gas emission reduction

Activity by the Washington State Governor’s 2008 Climate Action Team (CAT) to help reduce Greenhouse gas emissions in Washington State will be the focus of the next Extension Engaged broadcast on Friday, Nov. 7 at 10 a.m.
The program will feature a discussion with Jake Fey, director of the Extension Energy Program, and Chad Kruger, interim director of the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, regarding the work that they are doing to help shape potential recommendations from the CAT to the governor and legislature.
The program will be held in the WSU Extension/CAHNRS teleconferencing studio, room T-101, in the Food Science and Human Nutrition building. All WSU faculty and staff are invited to be a member of the live studio audience, but are asked to be in their seats by 9:45 a.m. with all cell phones, pagers, PDAs, etc. turned off.
There will be an opportunity for questions from the audience during the broadcast.
Off-campus faculty and staff can view the program via a live videostream by visiting the Extension Communications and Educational Support Videostreaming site at: http://eces.wsu.edu/video/stream.html.
Find the program title, scroll down to the bottom of the program description and click on either the WindowsMedia or RealPlayer icons to launch the videostream. The streaming signal will not be available until 15 minutes prior to the event. There will be toll-free numbers and an email provided during the program for viewers to send in questions for the guests.
Extension Engaged is produced monthly during the academic year by the Communications and Educational Support unit of WSU Extension.


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