Green Summit and Oak Awards — 13 Days of Green
The Green Summit aims to highlight the relationship between climate change and a diverse group of disciplines across campus, beyond the traditional environmental science perspective, to equip the Colgate Community to address the multifaceted implications of climate change. In doing so we will:
- Highlight the importance of Colgate’s carbon neutrality commitment
- Mobilize multiple stakeholders
- Explain how you fit into the fight against climate change
The panel is composed of Economics Professor Rick Klotz, Art & Environmental Studies student Kimberly Duncan '18, Sociology & Anthropology Professor Chandra Russo, and Peace & Conflict Studies student Chris Mather '18 and moderated by Biology & Environmental Studies Professor Catherine Cardelús. Oak Awards will be given out at the end of the Green Summit.
Earn 1.5 hours toward your Wellness Passport by attending!
This event is a part of Colgate's 13 Days of Green.
Thursday, April 12 at 4:30pm
Little Hall, Golden Auditorium