DRBC seeks volunteers to serve on climate change committee
This article was originally published in Mid Hudson News.
PORT JERVIS – The Delaware River Basin Commission is looking for individuals with relevant expertise to fill several non-reserved positions on its newly-formed Advisory Committee on Climate Change.
The nine non-reserved members will represent academic or research institutions; watershed or environmental organizations; business or industry; and water and wastewater utilities.
The members will be appointed by the DRBC’s executive director with preference given to persons actively working on climate change impacts, preferably in the Delaware River Basin.
The deadline for submitting a letter of interest is Friday, February 29.