Protecting Biodiversity – Urban Wetlands

Understanding How Land Use & Climate Change Impact Ecological Systems in Urban Wetlands – How to Help

The walk helps convey the impact of land use and climate change on urban wetland habitats. Two major and distinct environmental crises that threaten all life worldwide are the ecological crisis–the radical loss of biological diversity–and climate change. Last year, The United Nations called on all governments and the public to address these two crises collaboratively, so that solutions to one do not impede solutions to the other. Are you willing to step up to answer the call and make a difference? There is no time to waste and the help of every single person is needed. Join us and learn how to help biodiversity and climate sciences through ecological-systems-focused participatory science. You’ll also get a chance to document various species interactions and associations, collecting data that will become part of EwA’s open datasets.

Capacity is limited, be sure to reserve your free tickets below

Date:
Oct 6, 2022
Time:
09:00 AM
- 11:00 AM
Venue:
Horn Pond, 50 Sturgis St, Woburn, MA 01801. Please meet at the Sturgis Street parking lot of Horn Pond, 50 Sturgis Street Woburn, MA 01801. On Google Map » 42.473774, -71.157589.
Location:
50 Sturgis St, Woburn, MA 01801
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Festival

Cambridge Science Festival, the first of its kind in the United States, is a madcap celebration of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM). A multifaceted, multicultural event, the Festival makes science accessible, interactive, and fun, highlighting the impact of STEAM in all our lives.

The Cambridge Science Festival was founded by and is produced by the MIT Museum.