Spring 2012 National Climate Seminar Schedule

| January 31, 2012

Join Bard College every other Wednesday for the National Climate Seminar, and listen in real time to experts discuss the latest science, politics, and economics of climate change. Assign these calls to your students, listen online after the call, or download the podcast.

A question and answer session follows each presenation, so please send your questions prior to each call to climate@bard.edu. All calls are also available as podcasts on their website.

Simply call 1-712-432-3100 (code: 253385) at 12 p.m. Eastern (11 a.m. Central) on the scheduled day. Visit the website for more information about speakers and past calls: www.bard.edu/cep/ncs.

Feb. 1,  Jon Shenk, Filmmaker, Actual Films
The Island President: Climate Story-telling

Feb. 15,  Anthony Leiserowitz, Director, Yale Project on Climate Change Communication
Six Americas: Communication on Climate

Mar. 7,  Billy Parish, author and founder, Solar Mosaic
Climate Careers: Finding Meaning, Money and Community

Mar. 21,  Auden Schendler, VP for Sustainability, Aspen Skiing Company
Getting Green Done: Sustainability Work on the Front Lines

Apr. 4,  Paul Comey, VP of Environmental Affairs, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
The Climate for Coffee

Apr. 18,  Cynthia Rosenzweig, Director, Climate Impacts Group, NASA Goddard Institute
Climate and Food Supply

May. 2,  Jihan Gearon, Director, Black Mesa Coalition
Carbon Supply Chain: Black Mesa and Beyond

This information submitted by Brad Wolaver, Sustainability Coordinator at Webster University


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