Cooperation made it work The Douglas County Global Warming Coalition acknowledges the contribution of RioNetworks and speakers from WorldWatch Institute, Southern Oregon University and Oregon State University’s Douglas County Extension. These groups helped us present a successful Fall Forum on Nov. 14. The public program focused this year on “Climate Change and Our Food Supplies.” RioNetworks offered its services without charge to develop and provide us with video conferencing capability. This made it possible for a WorldWatch Institute researcher in Washington, D.C., to interact with a group of 100 people hosted by the Umpqua Business Center. It was the first …
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