Sophie Glovier is assistant policy director at The Watershed Institute where she works with citizens, Environmental Commissions, municipal elected officials and staff to develop and implement strong environmental policy. She led the creation of The Watershed Institute's Community Watershed Advocate Program, which trains teens and adults to be effective advocates for water-related environmental issues in their communities. Sophie served for four years as Chair of the Princeton Environmental Commission and is a team member of C-Change Conversations, helping to educate about the risks of climate change. Sophie is the author of Walk the Trails In and Around Princeton, a trail guide whose proceeds support stewardship of open space the Princeton area. She is a past board member of D&R Greenway Land Trust and Friends of Princeton Open Space.
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- C02. Storms and Floods: Talking to Conservatives about Water and Climate
October 06, 2021
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM