All of Our Events Are Now Online
To limit potential exposure to the Coronavirus, we’ve moved all events online! Bookmark this page to find out about upcoming webinars. Did you miss a recent webinar? Visit our YouTube channel to watch recordings of all of our past webinars, at your convenience.
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Watch Our Webinars
Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, NRCM has offered a variety of webinars on issues like the CMP corridor, renewable energy, Atlantic Puffins, tours of ecomaine, the Maine Climate Council, the Wolfden mining proposal, & more. We are pleased to be able to offer recordings of all of these webinars to you to watch at a time that works best for you. Visit NRCM's YouTube channel to view more than 30 webinars related to our work to protect the nature of Maine.
Zoom In: Socially Responsible Investing for All
March 3, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Investing has taken on a new importance for society. There are many new investment options for stock portfolio holders, retail investors, and those interested in diversifying their retirement plans. Hear from Anthony Eames, Vice President and Director of Responsible Investment Strategy for Calvert Research and Management. Advance registration required.
Public Hearing on DMR Kennebec River Management Plan
March 15, 3:00 p.m.
Atlantic salmon are on the brink of dying out in the Kennebec River because of Brookfield Renewables’ four antiquated and destructive dams between Waterville and Skowhegan. Maine's Department of Marine Resources will hold online public hearing on its Kennebec River Management Plan amendment. Visit DMR's website to learn more & to register to testify. If you registered to testify at the Feb. hearing, you need to re-register. Deadline to register: 5:00 p.m. on March 14.
Virtual Event: Protecting Maine’s Environment in 2021 and Beyond
March 18, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Join NRCM Advocacy Director Pete Didisheim for this virtual event, hosted by the Cathance River Education Association, including an update on Maine’s environment based on recent legislative actions and challenges ahead at the state and federal levels. Pete will provide an insider’s view of what’s happening at the State House to promote clean energy, climate action, clean water, land conservation, and reductions in plastic pollution.
NRCM "Virtual" Citizen Action Day
March 30, 9:00-10:30 a.m.
The Maine Legislature is considering dozens of bills this year that will impact Maine’s environment. Your lawmakers need to hear from you before they vote. Please join us online via Zoom for our annual Citizen Action Day. You’ll learn about our top legislative priorities and how you can take action, including how to participate in online public hearings. After the event we hope you’ll speak with your lawmakers via Zoom or over the phone in support of our legislative priorities.