350 Pensacola hosted a talk this week on climate change and why there’s such a deep divide over the issue. The event was held Tuesday, July 7 at the Bayview Senior Resource Center. Larry Chamblin, a local climate activist and member of 350 Pensacola, made the presentation, titled: “Public Opinion, Politics, and the Challenge of Communicating Climate Change.”
“It’s a huge challenge,” says Chamblin, referencing the split public opinion.
Florida’s Great Northwest -- the region’s economic development marketing organization -- is sending a five-member delegation to Great Britain in hopes of securing aviation jobs for this region.
The entourage will attend the Farnborough Air Show – an event in southeastern England where aviation firms get together to wheel and deal in the latest aircraft, helicopters and related goods and services.
If Cate Jordon wasn't a Blue Wahoos fan before, she sure is now. Jordon is the Executive Director of the local non-profit organization 90Works. Earlier this month, the Blue Wahoos announced that 90Works was chosen to receive a 10 thousand dollar donation from Minor League Charities.
Final preparations are being made on Santa Rosa Island, for next weekend’s Blue Angels air show, the first since 2012.
For Buck Lee, Executive Director of the Santa Rosa Island Authority, what a difference a year makes. He says the cancelation of most of the flight demonstration team’s 2013 season now has many of their fans viewing them in a new light.