Climate Change and Retail Trends

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Sunday, January 29, 2017 -
3:50pm to 5:00pm
Room: 
Lakeshore B

As we continue to see the effects of climate change throughout the world, booksellers are asking what they can do -- both to keep their customers and communities informed on this critical issue and to become involved in climate change grassroots activism. Booksellers on this panel will share examples of store activities - from title lists and in-store activities to advice on how to work with climate change activists, both in your community and nationwide.

  • Chris Morrow, Northshire Bookstore (Manchester Center, VT)
  • Kevin Whelan, MN350 (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Patrick Hanlon, Environmental Initiatives Manager, City of Minneapolis Health Department (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Annie Philbrick, Bank Square Books (Mystic, CT) (Moderator)
     

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