‘In a Changing Climate’ series launched by the Greenbelt Foundation

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Author: Josie Di Felice

Posted: October 8, 2018

Categories: GoodFoodBites

The Greenbelt Foundation is launching a new series of articles that will explore how our daily lives are impacted by the changing climate, and how residents can take climate action.

“In 50 years no one will regret the fact that we protected 2,000,000 acres of prime farmland, forests and wetlands. There will be no complaints that there is just too much clean water, too much fresh air, and too much nutritious local food,” shares Edward McDonnell, CEO of the Greenbelt Foundation.

For the series, the Greenbelt Foundation partnered with various experts to better understand how climate change is affecting the many aspects of our lives, and ways that we can individually and collectively respond to these challenges.

For the first article in the series, they partnered with the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) to explore how climate change impacts gardening and plants, not only at the RBG but in home gardens as well.

Follow the series on the Greenbelt’s website here.