Map of Lincoln, NE floodplain
Despite the recent action taken towards global warming, Vivian Nguyen thinks we are far away from where we need to be. “We are not prepared, we are not as resilient as we should be when it comes to our cities and a lot of people will suffer for that.”

Kim Morrow, director of Climate Planning and Resilience at sustainability company Verdis Group, and Vivian Nguyen, contractor for the U.S. Agency for International Development and co-founder of Sustain UNL, spoke at the Solve Climate by 2030 webinar on April 7. Morrow and Nguyen spoke to an audience of students, faculty and staff about how people can be better climate activists, reduce their carbon footprint and combat climate change in Nebraska.

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln environmental studies program hosted the webinar in partnership with Bard College.

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