Elected officials and community leaders from across Indiana will visit Evansville this year for an annual leadership summit on climate change.
Earth Charter Indiana said the date for the Climate Leadership Summit is yet to be determined but that it will take place at the end of summer.
This will be the fifth year for the day-long series of workshops and speakers, and the second time it has been held outside of Indianapolis where Earth Charter Indiana is based.
Last year's summit was held in Goshen, Indiana, and had a record attendance for the event, said Assistant Director Shannon Anderson. Representatives from 21 cities attended.
Past summits have included workshops by Indiana University's Environmental Resilience Institute, which works to help Indiana businesses and communities adapt to the projected changes attributed to climate change in the coming decades.