The National Climate Seminar Series

ES&P Professor Jennie Stephens is organizing the National Climate Seminar Series and invites you to attend the remaining sessions…

The National Climate Seminar series is being broadcast live on the Clark Campus on the Wednesdays listed below from 12-1 in Dana Commons Second Floor Lounge throughout this fall semester (see schedule below).   The National Climate Seminar series provides us with an opportunity to hear leading activists, scientists, analysts and political leaders discuss climate and clean energy solutions – following the 30 minute broadcast we’ll have short dialogue sessions to reflect on what we have heard.

NOTE: The speakers listed below will not physically be in Worcester but we will be broadcasting their remarks live on the Clark Campus.  Each of theses events are free and open to the public.

The broadcast and convening of this series at Clark is co-sponsored by the Environmental Science and Policy Program in IDCE and Clark’s Difficult Dialogues Program.   The national series is organized by Bard’s Center for Environmental Policy.     If you are unable to attend the broadcasts at Clark you can also listen to the remarks online at this website    http://www.bard.edu/cep/ncs/

Below are the remaining sessions this semester

Oct. 6  Liz Butler           Campaign Director, 1Sky                                   Climate Politics, Post 2010

Oct. 20 Bill Snape          Senior Council, Ctr for Biological Diversity        Climate and the Clean Air Act

Nov. 3  Michael Mann    Dir., Earth Systems Science, Penn State          Beyond the Hockey Stick

Nov. 17 Bryan Walsh     Journalist, Time Magazine                                What will Come From Cancun?

Dec. 1  Juliet Schor       Economist and author, Plentitude                     Confronting the A in IPAT: Plenitude

And we already heard from

Sep. 8  Bill McKibben    350.org  author, Eaarth

Sep. 22 David Orr        Environmental Studies, Oberlin College

All are welcome to participate in these timely and important discussions.

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