Darovecs will discuss US Government Policy on Climate Change. Bio: John Darovec is a retired marine biologist, Air Force Captain, and physician assistant. As a marine biologist he did research in fish ecology and evolution at The Florida Marine Research Institute of the Florida Department of Natural Resources. In the military he served in various units of the New York and Florida Army National Guards before tranferring to the Air Force to serve full time as a Physician Assistant at MacDill Air Force Base. As a civilian physician assistant he also worked in neurosurgery, neurology, family practice, and urgent care. Susan is a retired public school teacher. In Michigan, she taught middle and high school students language arts and English. After moving to Bradenton in 1989, she taught reading to middle school students and worked as a reading coach. She retired in 2010, having taught a total of 37 years.
John and Susan are members of several activist groups concerned with climate destabilization including: The Sierra Club, Audubon, 350.org, Florida Veterans for Common Sense, Physicians for Social Responsibility, and the Union of Concerned Scientists. The Darovecs live in Bradenton where they lead the local Citizens’ Climate Lobby group in its effort to build political support for carbon fee and dividend legislation that will slow global warming while it improves the world’s economy, security and health.
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