Sep 29, 2018
Emerson Auditorium, Knight Hall
Addressing the impacts of climate change requires partnerships between policy, advocacy and industry.
In this afternoon workshop, join Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and key leaders in these fields as they reflect on how climate change impacts communities and discuss solutions both locally and globally.
Washington University students will offer personal reflections from their recent experience attending the global negotiations on climate.
Christina Figueres - Founding Partner, Global Optimism and Convenor, Mission 2020. Former Execuivie Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Michael Brune - Executive Director of the Sierra Club
Jeff Seale - Agricultural Environmental Strategy Lead and Associate Science Fellow at Bayer Crop Science
This event is open to the public
For further details or to RSVP please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizer / Host: International Center for Energy, Environment & Sustainability