Mark Patton, Program Coordinator for October Dr. Jerald Schnoor, Department of Civil and Environment Engineer, University of Iowa.  The temperatures continue to get hotter each year 2016 was the hottest year on record and 2020 came in second.  Each decade continues to be hotter since 1970.  The Paris agreement was not enough.  AR6 a Code 
Red new report from UNIPCC.  There will be a conference In Glasgow November 1-12, 2021.  There will be 197 countries, 120 head of states, There needs to 45% emissions by 2030, net zero by 2050.  How Can We Do It?  By listening really listening to each other.  By changing hearts and opening minds, Cleaner healthier, fairer, more resilient, social justice and social equality.  Who suffers the most:  People of color, rural people, low income families.  We must change to survive!
President Liz called the meeting to order at 7:07am.  Amanda McFadden shared "Gratitude and Joy"  Her grandmother was visiting from Waterloo, Dorothy Wilson.  She is so thankful to have such a wonderful grandmother.  She enjoys sharing all the joy of her grandmother and family.  She is so thankful to have all.  
Jennifer Skarda said the Polio Event went very well.  Peggy said that we raised over $5,000.  RLI registration has been extended until October 27th.  Deb Dunkhase will be  speaking on Iowa Most at Foreign Relations on October 27, 2021.  Vernette Knapp said the Ride to End Polio is November 13-November 20, 2021.  
Meeting adjourned at 8:00 am.