Rutgers Climate Institute Events

Upcoming Events: 

The Rutgers node of this event has been cancelled due to challenges at this difficult time. - Solve Climate By 2030 Power Dialogs
07 Apr 2020 - 06:00PM

The Rutgers Node has been cancelled due to the challenges facing our community at this difficult time.

You can participate in another state event by following the national event page. 

4.7.20 Power Dialog 

Climate Solutions for New Jersey

Hosted by Rutgers University

Join the NJ node of the Solve Climate By 2030 Power Dialogs being held across the country on April 7, 2020 

Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Livestream Power Dialog


6:00 – 6:15 pm  Welcome to The Power Dialog – Solve Climate by 2030

Rachael Shwom, Associate Director, Rutgers Energy Institute

Eban Goodstein, Director, Graduate Programs in Sustainability, Bard College (via video)

6:15 – 7:15 pm  New Jersey Climate Solutions Panel


1. Shawn LaTourette, Chief of Staff, NJ Department of Environmental Protection

2. Clinton Andrews,  Professor, Rutgers University

3. Joe Brodie, Rutgers University

4. Dunbar Birnie, Professor, Rutgers University

5. Frank Felder, Professor, Rutgers University

6. Marjorie Kaplan, Associate Director, Rutgers Climate Institute

7. Robert Kopp, Professor, Rutgers University

8. Christine Morales, Professor, Rutgers University

 Read panelists biographies.

7:15  - 8:00 pm  Discussion








National University and Business Sponsors

Virtual Workshop: Natural Resources, Climate, Local Control and Democratization in the Caspian Sea Region
15 Apr 2020 - 12:00PM

Wednesday, April 15, 2020. 12:00 PM. Virtual Workshop: Natural Resources, Climate, Local Control and Democratization in the Caspian Sea Region. Sonia Zilberman, Kate Watters, and Elena Sorokina, Crude Accountability; Sebastien Peyrouse, GWU/Brookings; Gubad Ibadoghlu, Rutgers University; Rachel Denbar, Human Rights Watch; Jamil Hasanli, National Council of Democratic Forces of Azerbaijan/Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences; Audrey Altstadt, University of Massachusetts; Spaska Gatzinksa, National Endowment for Democracy; Michael Reynolds, Princeton University.  Sponsored by Rutgers Center for European Studies. More information here.

(meeting number/access code 791 268 703; meeting password 2AhE4mH26d).

Problems with access: contact Martine Adams,

Climate in Caspian Poster.pdf