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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Public Library continues its new series on changing climates with a discussion on emergency weather preparedness on Monday, March 8 from noon to 1 p.m. via Zoom.

Rev. Vernon K. Walker, who is the program manager of Communities Respond to Extreme Weather (C.R.E.W.)., will discuss building community resilience to strengthen the capacity to respond to climate emergencies.

He will discuss the impacts of climate change on all and in particular, those who are disproportionately affected.

He also will share some of the ways to prepare for extreme weather as a community.

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The series is sponsored by the Framingham Public Library in partnership with Energize Framingham.

Resilient Communities: Libraries Respond To Climate Change is part of a pilot program of the American Library Association.

Pre-registration is required by 9 a.m. Monday to attend.

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