Citizens’ Climate Lobby Regional Conference @ United Way Conference Center
Feb 8 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

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You are invited to the 7th annual Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) Third Coast Regional Conference!

CCL builds the political will for our elected representatives to act on climate change. With the reintroduction into Congress of The Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act, an effective bipartisan climate bill, that political will is more important than ever!

Our Regional Conference is an opportunity for newcomers and experienced CCL members to stand united – to learn, practice skills, inspire each other, and strategize for building the political will to move our country toward fair and economically sound climate solutions.

The Third Coast Region – Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas – is large and diverse, but we are united in our concerns. Climate impacts are already manifesting along our coast, on our ranches and farms, and in our cities. Rising temperatures, hurricanes and massive rain events, drought and prolonged wildfire seasons are hurting our communities, agriculture, and industries. Both the harm of inaction and the potential for this region to lead in a low-emission economy have never been greater.

Please join us in Houston on February 8 to help forge a climate solution that will benefit all Third Coast residents.

Tickets includes the conference, lunch and coffee breaks.

Conservation, Ecology, and Environmental Science Career Forum @ The Center for Sciences and Health Professions
Feb 22 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join us at the 4th, annual Conservation, Ecology, and Environmental Science Career Forum

February 22nd, 2020; 9AM to 12PM

Location:  University of Saint Thomas Center for Sciences and Health Professions

Love nature and the outdoors? Want to make a difference in the world?  Let’s put your passion to work! Join us for the fourth, annual CEES career forum to discover how to transistion from college to an environmental career. Local experts will share their career pathway experiences, offering tips and advice to help students navigate the transition to the working world. The forum will also host local envirommental groups and agencies that have current volunteer, internship, and job opportunities.  This event is FREE and open to all college and high school students. Please register using the link at the bottom of the page. ______________________________________________________________________What to expect from the 2020 CEES career forum this year:

  • Three, panel discussions with environmental and conservation experts from local non-profits, agencies, and the private sector. The panel session will be open for questions

  • Resume-builder help from the University of Saint Thomas’s career services staff. Bring your resume for a spot check!

  • Local environmental organizations who are looking for volunteers, interns, and new staff!! Bring your resume and find a position!

  • One-on-one opportunities to discuss career pathways with experts in the field

  • Networking with other like-minded students

Bay Day Festival @ Kemah Boardwalk
May 16 all-day
Bay Day Festival @ Kemah Boardwalk

The Kemah Boardwalk will be transformed into a fun, educational, environmental atmosphere complete with all things wet, furry, scaly, feathery, muddy and more that define Galveston Bay. The Bay Day Festival is free to attend!

Visitors to the Galveston Bay Foundation’s annual Bay Day Festival learn all about Galveston Bay, the largest bay in Texas and one of the most productive estuaries in the country. Festival highlights include bay-themed arts and crafts, live animal demonstrations and touch tanks, a Galveston Bay Explorer game, science and marine exhibits and more. Children and adults learn about the importance of Galveston Bay in our everyday lives as they engage with a variety of local educational exhibits.