The fifth annual Climate Science and Policy Conference, "Humans and Wild Ecosystems in a Hot World,” features speakers Newton Harrison (Arts Division) and Scott Wing (Smithsonian Institution) discussing how humans and wild ecosystems can survive, and even thrive, on a hot planet.
The talks will be introduced by Social Sciences Dean Katharyne Mitchell and moderated by Paul Koch, Dean of the Physical and Biological Sciences. Arts Dean Susan Solt will provide concluding remarks.
Presented by the Divisions of the Arts, Physical and Biological Sciences, and Social Sciences.
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FREE and open to the public.
Registration required (see website).