Climate Change 101 class now offered at Piedmont Adult School

Are you concerned about climate change, and looking for a way to become better informed? Climate Change 101, a course “by a non-scientist for non-scientists,” is being offered by Piedmont Adult School on October 11 and 12.
This two-evening course covers the causes and impacts of climate change and provides students with the knowledge required to be informed decision makers.

Students will receive useful handouts as well as references for further study. Climate Change 101 is taught by James Stehr, who was a member of Piedmont High School’s Class of 1960. Stehr graduated with honors from UC Berkeley and went on to a career in architecture. Upon retirement, he decided to pursue his interest in the sciences, and became a project leader for Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project.

To register for this and other classes, visit or call (510) 594-2655.

Climate Change 101
Tues. Oct. 11 and Wed. Oct. 12
Piedmont High School
Instructor: James Stehr

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