Many of us move to or stay in Utah because of its unparalleled access to the outdoors. But what impact will climate change have on the outdoors here? From altering how we access activities to morphing our relationship with the outdoors and each other, our climate will - and already is - drastically altering what its like to live in Utah. However, your voice and actions have the power to impact the future of Utah, and even our country and world. Please join the Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah (HEAL Utah), Torrey House Press, and Black Diamond for an interactive climate change discussion on Monday, September 30th from 6:00-8:00 PM to help kick off Climate Week 2019. During the evening, you'll hear HEAL's Policy Associate Noah Miterko, Torrey House Press author Ayja Bounous, and Black Diamond athlete Angel Collinson talk about how climate change is effecting Utah, what it means for the activities and people we love, and how you can take action to create a better future. You'll get the chance to ask any of our panelist questions and will even have the opportunity to reach out to one of our Utah lawmakers right then and there. Plus, we'll have light refreshments for you to enjoy while you meet other Utahns interested in making a difference. This event is open to all ages. Our program will begin promptly at 6:30 PM.