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Myths and Facts Surrounding Greenhouse Gasses, Climate Change, and Global Warming

Presenter Tapan Pathak from University of Nebraska-Lincoln provides facts on Climate Change.

Bioenergy Fridays Web Seminar Series hosted by John Hay, University of Nebraska and eXtension Farm Energy; held (usually) on the last Friday of the month at 10 AM Central Time, 11 ET, 9 MT, 8 PT.

Start connecting 5 minutes prior to the start time. You need a computer with Internet access and speakers. At the meeting time, copy and paste this URL into your browser to enter the meeting: https://connect.extension.iastate.edu/agenergy/

UPCOMING EVENT DESCRIPTION
January 25th 10:00 am CST: Myths and Facts Surrounding Greenhouse Gasses, Climate Change, and Global Warming

February 22nd 10:00 am CST: Current and Emerging Biodiesel Feedstocks

March 29th 10:00 am CDT: Modern Biodiesel Production, fuel quality, BMP’s, and Success Stories

April 26th 10:00 am CDT: TBA**

May 31st 10:00 am CDT: TBA**

June 28th 10:00 am CDT: TBA**



** if you have a topic you would like to present or learn about please contact John Hay at jhay2@unl.edu

Find more Farm Energy webinars and video at: http://farmenergymedia.extension.org/videos

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