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Monday, February 29, 2016

Man Who Made It Rain

Global Climate Change Is NOT Science Fiction

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Global Climate Change in Marin County 
A New 3-part Novato Community Television series:
  • Global Climate Change
  • California Drought
  • Water Resources in California
  • More

Thursdays 5 p.m.-7 p.m. and Sundays 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Now through May 30, 2016 on Comcast Channel 26 (Novato)

 International Water Consultant J. Dietrich Stroeh talks with Dr. Theo Tsoukalas in a new three-part Novato Community Television series about a variety of global climate change issues that have a direct impact upon Marin County. The program, Global Climate Change in Marin, runs through May 30, 2016 on Comcast Channel 26 in Novato, and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99 in Novato.

J. Dietrich “Diet” Stroeh, an engineer by trade, managed the Marin Municipal Water District in the midst of one of the worst droughts on record. That experience was the basis for his first book, The Man Who Made it Rain, co-written with Michael McCarthy.

He will be talking about the history, politics and the policies that have shaped current climate change concerns and what has been and can still be done on the local level to mitigate the adverse effects, locally as well as regionally.

Stroeh who is also a water consultant for the Sonoma County Water Agency is a Director of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District and serves on the California Earthquake Authority.

His credits also include a second book, Three Months: A Caregiving Journey from Heartbreak to Healing (FolkHeart Press) and two e-books that provide caregiving tips and resources. To learn more, visit www. threemonthsbook.com.

Dr. Theo Tsoukalas is Program Director/Principal Investigator, Public Health Institute and Evergreen Leaders Project Research Scientist.

For more information: 415-798-5362 or NovatoCommunity Television