Duke Farms Dialogues: Framing Climate Change, June 25, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.June 25, 2014. Join the executive director of Duke Farms, Michael Catania, and RCI co-directors Dr. Robin Leichenko and Dr. Anthony Broccoli in a livestream lecture and on-line discussion about climate change adaptability and implications for New Jersey. More information and a link to registration available here.
8th Graduate Climate Conference: A conference for grad students by grad students. Abstracts due June 1, 2014.Graduate students of all disciplines should consider submitting an abstract
to present at the 8th Graduate Climate Conference this year at the University of Washington Pack Forest Conference Center from October 31-November 2, 2014. Lodging and accommodations are covered; travel stipends available. Learn more about the conference and how to submit an abstract here.
Climate Change Resilience and Governance Summit at AAASPeople will respond in many ways as climate change stresses communities, natural systems, and economic systems. Activities to increase resilience will be enabled or impeded by our systems of governance: how collective decisions are made, interpreted, implemented, and challenged--who can do what to whom, and on whose authority. We are hosting a public summit June 5-6 at the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, DC, to explore these issues. Come join people engaged in finding creative solutions!
Registration required. Information at www.resiliencesummit.org