Solve Climate by 2030: A Call for Change in a Changing Climate

New York State recently passed the most aggressive climate legislation in the country, Climate Leadership and Communities Protection Act.  A group of schools in New York State are hosting events this fall to engage faculty/students on this legislation and discuss climate solutions going forward. 

Our panelists include:

  • Gary Langham (Executive Director at the American Association of Geographers and former chief scientist for National Audubon Society)
  • Mark Lowery (Assistant Director, Office of Climate Change NYS DEC)
  • Aaron Strong (Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Hamilton College)
  • Phil Hofmeyer (Associate Professor of Renewable Energy, SUNY Morrisville) 
  • RuthAnn Loveless (Mayor, Village of Hamilton)
  • Chris Rossi (Town of Hamilton Trustee)
  • Moderated by: Cecilia Kane ‘20 (Intern, Office of Sustainability)

This event is co-sponsored by the Madison County: Call to Action, the Hamilton Climate Preparedness Working Group, Colgate’s Environmental Studies Program, and the Office of Sustainability at Colgate University. Light refreshments will be provided. 

Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 4:30pm to 6:00pm

Little Hall, Golden Auditorium

Topic

Sustainability, Academics, University Studies

Event Format

Lectures, colloquia, seminars, etc.

Group
Environmental Studies Program, Sustainability
Contact E-mail

pgramlich@colgate.edu

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