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Climate Change: What We Know, and What We Can Do
Saturday, 31 March 2018
2nd and 3rd Floors of Merrick Hall
Ohio Wesleyan University
Summary: The Anthropocene, the era in which humans have become the dominating factor to the global climate, is a period in the geologic history. For decades now, the public has heard of the phrases ‘global warming’ and ‘climate change.’ What continues to remain a challenge is the public’s understanding of the processes associated with the current global phenomenon. This workshop, supported by the Mellon Foundation, is an attempt to bring together climate scientists, industry, the public, and our academic institutions into one space to communicate what it means to be living in the Anthropocene. What do we know about it and what can we do about it? We seek to build long-term collaborations and help prepare a new generation of community members and scholars to address these concerns.
9:30-9:45 Opening Remarks
9:45 – 11:15 Short Talks (with break)
11:15 – noon Keynote Speaker: Dr. Christopher Karmosky, SUNY Oneonta
Noon – 1:00 Lunch
1:00 – 3:30 Workshops
3:30 – 4:00 Closing Remarks
We are looking for 1 – 2 persons to volunteer to be moderators of the short workshop groups (approximately 6). The idea here is for people to gather by interest and work on defining an agenda or outcome of the workshop. Moderators would be tasked with taking notes and making sure the group is on task. There will be modest financial compensation for moderators.
Please RSVP here ASAP. If you have any question, feel free to ask Dustin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Nathan (email@example.com).