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The 2018 David Lustick Climate Change Teach-In Series
Join us for two nights of cross-disciplinary conversation and collaboration on sustainability!
Join us for two nights of cross-disciplinary conversation and collaboration on sustainability! Please register for one or both events!
November 29, 4-6 p.m. in O'Leary Library Mezzanine
A presentation of both student research in sustainability and pertinent resources on campus, followed by a SEED Fund brainstorming session. Free refreshments. Space is limited and registration is required, Register online for Sowing SEEDs of Sustainability
December 5, 3:30-5:30 p.m. in O'Leary 222
An exploration of how images can shape our understanding of climate and environment. Presented by Peter L. Galison, Joseph Pellegrino University Professor of the History of Science, Harvard University, and Caroline A. Jones, Professor of Art History at MIT, followed by a panel discussion with Juliette Rooney-Varga, Climate Change Initiative and EEAS, and Misha Rabinovich, Art & Design.
The Climate Change Initiative (CCI) seeks to raise awareness on the greatest challenge facing humanity: climate change. It serves as a catalyst on climate change and sustainability issues on campus and beyond. Internationally renowned climate scientists, policy experts, and activists have been featured speakers including Drs. Michael Mann, Kerry Emanuel, Paul Kirshen, Bill Moomaw, Jennifer Francis, Bruce Anderson, John Sterman, Elizabeth Sawin and Mayor Joe Curtatone, as well as experts in climate communication and social movements (Geoffrey Haines-Stiles, Eli Kintisch, Wen Stephenson, Michael Gordan, Spencer Glendon and Craig Altemose). The event is webcast and draws viewers from around the United States.In addition, explore CCI online resources, including curriculum information and modules, research and blog updates.
Watch videos and read articles about past Teach-Ins