February 5, 2020
9:00 am EST - 5:00 pm EST
Dartmouth Tuck School, the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation, Stonyfield Organic
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Climate change is among the most pressing environmental issues of our time. On the basis of this shared belief, the co-hosts are convening this youth-centered educational forum for engaging the 2020 presidential candidates around climate and clean energy.
New Hampshire is a training ground for many of the brightest scientific scholars and future business and environmental leaders. Young people will inherit the consequences of today’s public policy decisions; this town hall gives students a non-partisan platform to ask informed questions about climate solutions and their environmental future.
Presidential candidates will provide an opening statement, presenting their climate change action and clean energy priorities. This will be followed by a moderated question-and-answer session led by New Hampshire graduate, undergraduate, and high school students engaged in climate research, clean energy, and environmental studies around the world.
Participating presidential candidates will have 45 minutes each to outline their climate and clean energy agendas and answer questions from students in front of an audience of voters from across New Hampshire.
Confirmed attendees (check for updates):
New Hampshire-based students will be selected to interview each candidate during their time slot.
This event is free and open to the public and media. The venue capacity is 300 seats.
Attendance is on a first come, first serve basis.
Audience members may also be able to submit questions to be chosen by the moderator.