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K-12 Education Seeking Climate Justice – Past, Present, and Future

This session will review and reflect on overlapping socio-economic, racial, and environmental/climate injustices faced by marginalized communities in the past and present times, as well as identify and address their vulnerability to future risks as acerbated by climate change.

Presenters: Melody Braun, Senior Staff Associate and Dannie Dinh, Program Officer, International Research Institute for Climate and Society

Target Audience: Grades 6-12

This event is free but registration is required.

To register for this event, please click this link: https://www.earth.columbia.edu/videos/view/seeking-climate-justice-past-present-and-future

Grist and Back Pocket Media are teaming up for an evening of music, art, and live storytelling. Join us as we push the boundaries of what a virtual event can be by sharing astonishing true stories from the Grist Fixer community. The theme of the night is Mentorship. You’ll hear stories of unlikely inspiration, motivation, and life-altering relationships, all told live on (virtual) stage.

Pour a drink and get cozy - we'll see you on December 6th!

Stay tuned for lineup announcements!

Register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fix-live-climate-leaders-share-stories-of-mentorship-tickets-203343655347

Zoom & 324 North Main Street, Petersham

"Climate Change in New England: Overriding the Mycorrhizal Imprint on Soil Biogeochemistry" with Thomas Muratore, Soil Microbial Ecology Lab, University of New Hampshire.... Read more about Harvard Forest Seminar

Profound changes in state and federal policy are shaping the landscape for carbon capture, use, and storage in real time. Throughout the United States, these changes may be felt most in Wyoming, where extractive industries have long contributed to the economy, the culture, communities and tax base. As the energy transition mounts, Wyoming’s leaders, companies, and experts will help determine the rate and magnitude of deployment of carbon capture, use, and storage (CCUS), which will affect every aspect of life and commerce in the Equality State.

The Center on Global Energy Policy’s Women in Energy program is delighted to announce the fourth event in the Women in Energy CCUS Roadshow series. This initiative aims to highlight the extraordinary accomplishments of women in the CCUS field and empower a workforce that is equitable, diverse, and strong by advancing equality and opportunity. The WIE program seeks to address institutional barriers to entry, help organizations and companies recruit women and improve retention, and empower women to achieve career growth through educational programming, enhanced visibility, and broader networks. The Center works in collaboration with local universities, non-governmental organizations, and public institutions to design cross-cutting, innovative programs that aim to improve the understanding of global challenges through a transdisciplinary, transcultural and applied perspective.

Please join us for a discussion of the changes in federal and state laws concerning CCUS and how those changes might affect investment, development, climate, and communities in Wyoming. The conversation will feature energy experts from Wyoming who will also discuss ways to grow women’s share of the energy workforce and what organizations in the public and private sectors are looking for in new recruits.

Moderator:

Dr. S. Julio Friedmann, Senior Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA

Speakers:

Dr. Holly Krutka, Executive Director, University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources Sarah Forbes, Director, Carbon Capture and Storage, Center on Environmental Quality, Executive Office of the President Sheila Hollis, Acting Executive Director, United States Energy Association Deepika Nagabhushan, Client Project Manager, Carbon Direct

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This webinar will be hosted via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with access details. The event will be recorded and the video recording will be added to our website following the event.

This event is open to press, and registration is required to attend. For media inquiries or requests for interviews, please contact Kyu Lee ([email protected]) or Natalie Volk ([email protected]).

For more information about the event, please contact [email protected].

This University Seminar will feature the interdisciplinary research from a panel of experts working on issues related to climate change and global mental health. Brief presentations will be followed by a moderated discussion of the priorities, challenges, and opportunities to address climate change and mitigate its impacts on mental health.

Advanced registration is required (click here to register). This seminar is open to the Columbia community and the Public.

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The Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy invites you to virtually attend the Fall 2022 Final Workshop Briefings. During the Final Briefings, students will present their findings as a part of ENVP U9229 The Workshop in Applied Earth Systems Management II. Students enroll in small, faculty-advised project teams. Each Workshop faculty member selects a piece of proposed, but not yet enacted, state, federal, or local environmental law (or a U.N. resolution), and students are asked to develop a plan for implementing and managing the new program. In the fall semester, the Workshop completes the operational plan for implementing the program.

China is the world’s largest energy consumer, energy producer and greenhouse gas emitter. Its patterns of energy use have profound impacts on energy markets, geopolitics and the global climate. The Chinese government has committed to dramatic changes in its energy systems in the decades ahead, including an ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2060.

How can China meet this ambitious goal? What steps can China take in this decade to transform its energy system while also pursuing other goals, including economic growth and energy security? Please join us for presentations on two leading analyses of these topics – the China Energy Transformation Outlook, by the Energy Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Macroeconomic Research (ERI) and the Energy Sector Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality in China, by the International Energy Agency (IEA). Following the presentations, two leading experts will offer thoughts and commentary on the analyses.

Moderator:

David Sandalow, Inaugural Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA

Speakers:

Wang Zhongying, Director General, Energy Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Macroeconomic Research Timur Gül, Head, Energy Technology Policy Division, International Energy Agency Valerie Karplus, Professor, Carnegie Mellon University Kevin Tu, Non-Resident Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University

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This webinar will be hosted via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with access details. The event will be recorded and the video recording will be added to our website following the event.

This event is open to press, and registration is required to attend. For media inquiries or requests for interviews, please contact Natalie Volk ([email protected]).

For more information about the event, please contact [email protected].

Please RSVP here


The Columbia Climate School presents an online information session on the MA in Climate and Society.

The MA in Climate and Society is a 12-month interdisciplinary graduate program that trains professionals and academics to understand and address the impacts of climate variability and climate change on society and the environment. Through classes and research, students gain knowledge in both climate and social sciences as they relate to climate. During the online information session, prospective students will have the opportunity to learn about the program and ask questions.

Livestream or Weld Hill Lecture Hall, Arnold Arboretum, 1300 Centre Street, Boston Please join us Monday, for Fungal traits and forest responses to elevated CO2 with Peter Pellitier, Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University.
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The Columbia Climate School presents an online information session on the MA in Climate and Society.

The MA in Climate and Society is a 12-month interdisciplinary graduate program that trains professionals and academics to understand and address the impacts of climate variability and climate change on society and the environment. Through classes and research, students gain knowledge in both climate and social sciences as they relate to climate. During the online information session, prospective students will have the opportunity to learn about the program and ask questions.

Climate LIVE K12: Building Towards Climate Justice and Resilience in Colombia

Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents.

About this Event

Target Audience: Grades 9-12, Undergraduates, Educators, the Public

Colombia is poised to be a major voice on the global stage that can help redefine the priorities and approaches to the global climate crisis and notions of adaptation and resilience. This session will explore the relationships between urban planning, design, policy, and climate resilience in Colombia and the ideas and practices that could advance climate justice. Johanna Lovecchio, Climate School Adjunct Faculty and Director of Program Design for Climate Action, will share examples and ideas from Columbia’s partnership with local stakeholders.

A link to join the session will be provided to all registered participants 24 hours in advance.

If you would like to submit any questions before the event, please send them to Laurel Zaima-Sheehy ([email protected])

Zoom The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability and the Vice Provost Office for Advances in Learning present Harvard Speaks on Climate Change, a new series featuring Harvard faculty working on different dimensions of the climate challenge. In this session, Professors Dustin Tingley and Gordon Hanson will explore the political, economic, and social challenges surrounding the energy transition.... Read more about Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition
A presentation from 2023-2024 Radcliffe fellow Narges Mahyar... Read more about Rising Tides: Integrating Situated Visualization, Augmented Reality, and Public-Participation Technology to Create an Accessible Platform for Localized Climate Change Visualization and Discourse
Climate LIVE K12: Climate Justice in New York City

Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents.

About this Event

Presenter: Thaddeus Pawlowski, Managing Director of the Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes & Research Scholar and Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Design and Urban Planning.

Target Audience: Grades 6-12, Educators, the Public

What lessons have we learned from ten years of recovery from Hurricane Sandy? Urban planners and designers had to think creatively to address the challenges and opportunities of local climate change adaptation. In particular, climate justice drives planners to re-thinking the way cities are built to promote equity.

A link to join the session will be provided to all registered participants 24 hours in advance.

If you would like to submit any questions before the event, please send them to Laurel Zaima-Sheehy ([email protected])

Zoom The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability and the Vice Provost Office for Advances in Learning present Harvard Speaks on Climate Change, a new series featuring Harvard faculty working on different dimensions of the climate challenge. In this session, Professors Dustin Tingley and Gordon Hanson will explore the political, economic, and social challenges surrounding the energy transition.... Read more about Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition
The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) presents its climate forecast briefing. The IRI's seasonal, sub-seasonal and ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) forecasts are discussed in this monthly briefing by IRI climate scientists Azhar Ehsan and Bohar Singh. For more information, please see: https://iri.columbia.edu/our-expertise/climate/
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Please join us for an online information session on the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy, offered jointly by Columbia Climate School's Earth Institute and School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. The program prepares graduates to address the most serious and complex environmental problems the earth will face. The program integrates science with environmental policy and management, providing students with the practical knowledge and training to become leaders in this rapidly growing area. Courses are taught by the world’s foremost sustainability academics and researchers, along with leading sustainability practitioners in New York City. Graduates hold key positions in organizations worldwide in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

During this session, Steven Cohen, Director of the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy, will discuss the program's format, curriculum, outcomes, and resources with time for Q&A at the end.

The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (part of the Earth Institute) presents its monthly climate forecast briefing. The IRI's seasonal climate forecasts and ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) forecasts are discussed in this briefing by IRI's chief forecaster, Tony Barnston. In addition, the IRI climate group will present results of its experimental sub seasonal forecasts.

The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) presents its climate forecast briefing. The IRI's seasonal, sub-seasonal and ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) forecasts are discussed in this monthly briefing by IRI climate scientists Azhar Ehsan and Bohar Singh. For more information, please visit: https://iri.columbia.edu/our-expertise/climate/

Recordings of the briefing are posted at https://iri.columbia.edu/enso

Sustain What? Can Climate Models Aid Adaptation Efforts with Help from A.I.?

Computer climate simulations have greatly increased basic understanding of human-driven global warming. But enduring gaps in climate science and models have hindered the ability to use these tools to forecast and adapt to shifting hazards in the next few decades.

LEAP, the Center for Learning the Earth with Artificial Intelligence and Physics, is a five-year project seeking breakthroughs. Headquartered at Columbia University and funded by the National Science Foundation, the project is fostering convergence in data science, climate science and A.I and building two-way connections with stakeholders and communities at risk.

In this Sustain What webcast, the first of a series on LEAP, longtime climate journalist Andy Revkin of the Columbia Climate School will explore issues and opportunities with scientists from this team and another AI research center. (Revkin is on the knowledge transfer committee of LEAP.)

Please click here for speaker information and viewing options; https://www.earth.columbia.edu/videos/view/can-climate-models-aid-adaptation-efforts-with-help-from-a-i-question

Climate LIVE K12: Knowing Your Geography- Data Mapping for Sustainable Development

Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents.

About this Event

Target Audience: Grades 6-8, 9-12, Undergraduates, Educators, the Public

Learn to use technology, data, and creative story telling to develop your climate action plans! In this session, you will hear from Eco Ambassadors who are on a journey to leverage data to drive climate solutions that are in alignment wiht hte Sustainable Development Goals.

A link to join the session will be provided to all registered participants 24 hours in advance.

If you would like to submit any questions before the event, please send them to Laurel Zaima-Sheehy ([email protected])

Climate LIVE K12: Generating Applications to Gain Acceptance

Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents.

About this Event

Target Audience: Grades 8-12, Undergraduate, Graduate

How do you best represent yourself in an application? How do you show the reviewer that you are the perfect candidate for the position? In this session, we will be hearing directly from students that have successfully navigated applications for internships, summer programs, undergraduate school, and graduate school. Our panel consists of students of all stages of their academic career- high school, undergrad, and graduate school. We will even hear a reviewer's perspective about what they look for when selecting candidates. Our panelists will be sharing tips, tricks, and lessons that they have learned from undergoing the process themselves.

A link to join the session will be provided to all registered participants 24 hours in advance.

If you would like to submit any questions before the event, please send them to Laurel Zaima-Sheehy ([email protected])

Please RSVP here


The Columbia Climate School presents an online information session on the MA in Climate and Society.

The MA in Climate and Society is a 12-month interdisciplinary graduate program that trains professionals and academics to understand and address the impacts of climate variability and climate change on society and the environment. Through classes and research, students gain knowledge in both climate and social sciences as they relate to climate. During the online information session, prospective students will have the opportunity to learn about the program and ask questions.

Nuclear and Particle Physics Colloquium (NPPC)
November 27 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Gino Isidori Flavour non-universal interactions Abstract: Flavour physics represents one of the most fascinating puzzles of particle physics. I will...
Organization: MIT
Source: MIT
Member event: Future Energy Systems Center VIRTUAL project updates
November 28

Organization: MIT Energy Initiative
Source: MIT Energy Initiative
Member event: Future Energy Systems Center VIRTUAL project updates
November 29

Organization: MIT Energy Initiative
Source: MIT Energy Initiative
Solar Energy: Research, Development and State of the Industry
November 30 | 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Affiliate event: Three alumnae: Katie Taylor SM '15 (Solar Technology Advisor), Krysta Dummit PhD '20 (Solar Industry Analyst) and Larkin Sayre BS '17 (ORISE Fellow) discuss the state of the solar power industry.
Organization: MIT EESN
Source: MIT EESN
The Hydrogen Revolution and the Energy Transition
November 30 | 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for an exploration of the role of hydrogen in the energy transition. The discussion will focus on the role of low-carbon hydrogen in meeting the world’s climate goals and energy needs, as well as why hydrogen presents a profound business, social, and health opportunity (and how green hydrogen may be cheaper than many fossil fuels within five years). The event will feature opening remarks from Marco Alverà, CEO of Snam, and serve as the U.S. release of his book, The Hydrogen Revolution.

For years, hydrogen was outcompeted commercially by abundant and cheap fossil fuels which were freely available and not bound to other molecules. Hydrogen was (and is) made mostly from fossil fuels for fertilizer production and refining, contributing to global warming. Recently, low-cost renewable energy, advanced technologies, and commercial tests demonstrating the ability to transport it in some existing pipelines have lowered the cost of producing and using hydrogen for heat, power, and transportation. Hydrogen offers a realistic path to decarbonize and has the potential to displace fossil fuels, even in “harder to abate” sectors. If so, it could rapidly and profoundly lower industries’ carbon burden, boost economic growth, provide greater climate and energy equity, and encourage nations to address climate change collectively.

Moderator:

Valeria Robecco, President, United Nations Correspondent Association (UNCA)

Panelists:

Marco Alverà, CEO, Snam Dr. Julio Friedmann, Senior Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA Mark Gallogly, Co-Founder, Three Cairns Group Amy Myers Jaffe, Managing Director of the Climate Lab, The Fletcher School, Tufts University

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This webinar will be hosted via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with access details. The event will be recorded and the video recording will be added to our website following the event.

This event is open to press, and registration is required to attend.

For media inquiries or requests for interviews, please contact Kyu Lee ([email protected]) or Natalie Volk ([email protected]).

For more information about the event, please contact [email protected].


Organization: Columbia

Source: Columbia
Atmospheric & Environmental Chemistry Seminar
December 1 | 12:00 PM
100F Pierce Hall, 29 Oxford St., Cambridge & Zoom

"Where are the Emissions: Unravelling Small and Large Methane Sources in the US Oil and Gas Sector" with Mark Omara, Environmental Defense Fund.... Read more about Atmospheric & Environmental Chemistry Seminar
Organization: Harvard
Source: Harvard

Demanding Climate Justice: Vanuatu's Groundbreaking Advocacy...
December 1
Demanding Climate Justice: Vanuatu's Groundbreaking Advocacy at the UN

Facing Climate Change as a threat to their national existence, Vanuatu is leading a campaign for the International Court of Justice to issue legal advice clarifying state responsibility for Climate Change.

Vanuatu Ambassador Ode Tevi and Legal Adviser Kevin Chand will speak with Professor Michael Gerrard of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law & HRI Senior Fellow Professor Richard Dicker about the significance of this effort to the fight against climate change and to human rights.

Please click here for more information and to register for this event; https://columbiauniversity.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_A5QylNNwRMy7mxdhWzG1yA


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Solar Energy: Research, Development and State of the Industry
December 1
Affiliate event: Three alumnae: Katie Taylor SM '15 (Solar Technology Advisor), Krysta Dummit PhD '20 (Solar Industry Analyst) and Larkin Sayre BS '17 (ORISE Fellow) discuss the state of the solar power industry.
Organization: MIT Energy, Environment and Sustainability Alumni
Source: MIT Alumni Forum
Columbia Energy Tech Revolution Forum - Wind Energy: How Did We...
December 2 | 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Columbia Energy Tech Revolution Forum – Wind Energy: How Did We Get Here and What’s Next?

Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for the Columbia Energy Technology Revolution Forum, a new webinar series hosted by Paul Dabbar, CGEP Distinguished Visiting Fellow and former Under Secretary for Science at the U.S. Department of Energy. The series will focus on frank, practical, scientific and technological discussions on the prospects of new technologies in the energy world. Each session will bring together experts to focus on a different energy technology.

Energy technologies in the last twenty years have advanced significantly, and much of what is currently being deployed, including now-prevalent technologies such as solar, wind, batteries, and advanced drilling, was not commercially available in the not-so-distant past. In the last 10-15 years, public and private R&D has significantly advanced a long list of new technologies that are now competitive without government incentives.

Much of the current dialogue from energy policy makers focuses on existing technologies; this forum will instead address what is next in new and emerging technologies. The forum will help inform the audience of the state of various technologies, their prospects to make further contributions to the energy mix, and how these technologies should be further invested in, from basic discovery through deployment.

The discussion will examine how wind technology evolved from the technology failures and bankruptcy era of 2000 to the industry we see today. Speakers will explore the evolution of U.S. wind policy and technology over the last twenty years, the future of wind technology, and policies that would support further deployment.

For speaker information and to register for this event, please click this link: https://www.energypolicy.columbia.edu/events-calendar/columbia-energy-tech-revolution-forum-wind-energy-how-did-we-get-here-and-what-s-next?utm_source=Center+on+Global+Energy+Policy+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=9826a5f899-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_07_15_01_21_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0773077aac-9826a5f899-102426007


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Book Launch Series: Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action
December 3 | 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Toward an SDG 4.7 Roadmap for Systems Change

About this event

Meet the Authors:

Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action: Toward an SDG 4.7 Roadmap for Systems Change

Series:

IBE on Curriculum, Learning, and Assessment, Volume: 5

Volume Editors: Radhika Iyengar and Christina T. Kwauk

The world is on a track to true climate catastrophe, with unprecedented heat, floods, wildfires, and storms setting new records almost weekly. To avoid a climate disaster, we need rapid, transformative, and sustained action as well as a major shift in our thinking - a shift strong enough to make the climate crisis a center of our social, political, economic, personal, and educational life.

Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action is one of the best scorecards in comparative education for keeping track of this drama as it unfolds, shedding light on the global climate crisis like no other education writing today. This book turns to our curricula, our education systems, and our communities for a response on how to effectively achieve Target 4.7 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Universal Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), and Global Citizenship Education (GCED). The message from key stakeholders, including students, educators, and leaders of civil society, is driven home with passion and uncommon clarity: We can and must stave off the worst of climate change by building climate action into the world’s pandemic recovery.

Will send zoom link to the registrants before the event.

For more information and to register for this event, please click link here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/book-launch-series-curriculum-and-learning-for-climate-action-tickets-203408850347


Organization: Columbia

Source: Columbia
Nuclear and Particle Physics Colloquium (NPPC)
December 4 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Noah Kurinsky Quantum Sensing at meV Energy-Scales for Dark Matter Searches Abstract: Over the last few decades, searches for dark matter above the proton...
Organization: MIT
Source: MIT
Artificial Intelligence for Energy: AI and the Oil and Gas Sector
December 5 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Tuesday, December 5, 2023
12:00-1:00 p.m. EST
Zoom Webinar

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs for this discussion series on how the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the energy sector can advance the discovery of new technologies, aid in the prediction of successful energy-related systems, and optimize operations.

Most people are now familiar with one type of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI), ChatGPT, that produces writings from existing data on the internet. GenAI is a very topical area of AI. It uses neural networks to identify patterns and structures within existing data to generate new and original content.

GenAI for energy operations is a vast opportunity for the energy sector. Collecting data from various types of energy operations– wind turbine fleets, power storm and outage management, and supply chains–while processing them with AI is beginning to make significant operational improvements. AI drives performance and reduces developmental technical risks, emissions, and costs.

This second session of the Artificial Intelligence for Energy series will cover the oil and gas sector. AI analysis of 3D seismic data, recommendations for development planning, and monitoring and optimizing operations, is a vast area of potential applicability for AI.

Moderator:
Paul M. Dabbar, Adjunct Senior Research Scholar and Former Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia SIPA; Former Under Secretary for Science, U.S. Department of Energy

Speaker:
Andy Flowers, Director, Advanced Analytics, ConocoPhillips

This webinar will be hosted via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with access details. The event will be recorded and the video recording will be added to our website following the event.

This event is open to the press, and registration is required to attend. For media inquiries or requests for interviews, please contact Natalie Volk ([email protected]).

For more information about the event, please contact [email protected].


Organization: Columbia

Source: Columbia
The Evolution of Women on Boards - Lessons from France
December 5 | 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM
This event is part of MITCOB's Women in Leadership series Globally, women are significantly underrepresented in leadership positions, including Board positions, and change has been incredibly slow. In the European Union, laws are being passed to accelerate economic and professional equality in the workplace. This panel explores the French and European laws with quotas for women on Boards, executive committees (Comex) and management committees (Codir). Our panelists include Guy Le Péchon, MIT Chemical Engineering MS’64 and INSEAD MBA, and Lori Gonnu, INSEAD MBA and Master’s degrees in International Development Economics from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Tufts University) and from the Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales in Geneva,Switzerland. We will discuss the French and European laws and the impacts on the executive careers of men and women as well as the basic questions: Why serve on a Board? How to get on a Board? Join us! The panel: Guy Le Péchon, spent many years within the large international French Group Rhône-Poulenc, today split between Sanofi (Pharma) and Solvay (Chemical Specialties) Chemicals. He held various executive positions within R & D and Engineering, a German and a French affiliate (CEO), Information Technology, finally as the whole Group IT and telecom coordination Director. Subsequently, he developed his own consulting company for IT, IT outsourcing, facilities management (European norm), start-up development and corporate governance (Gouvernance & Structures). Since 2011, he researches annual detailed statistics to support the application of the French and European Laws on women on Boards and Comex/Codir of French Euronext CAC40 listed companies. He is frequently invited to speak on the impact of these laws on the careers of women executives. Guy is co-author of the French book “The World and Corporate Governance of Intermediate Sized Companies” by the editor L’Harmattan. Guy holds the Ecole Polytechnique Paris engineering degree, a Chemical Engineering MS from MIT and an MBA from INSEAD. Lori Gonnu has more than 25 years of international Senior Executive experience in Telecoms, Media and Technology. She was with the Vivendi Group from 1990 until 2009, first in the Cable Television Division and then SFR (French Mobile operator) as International Director. From 2009 to 2010 she was Executive Vice President of Syniverse Technologies (an American publicly quoted world-wide IT service provider to the mobile industry) Lori founded Boldair Consulting International in 2011 with a focus on technological innovation and entrepreneurship as drivers of sustainable progress. She currently serves as an Independent Director on the Board of Ekinops Group (provider of next-generation optical transport solutions for service providers and private networks) She is engaged in better governance activities through the Cercle des Administrateurs and as a founding member of the Global Board Ready Women initiative, which identifies and promotes qualified Senior Executive Women for Board positions. Lori Gonnu has dual citizenship (USA, France) and is based in Paris. She holds an MBA from INSEAD , Masters degrees in International Development Economics from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Tufts University, USA) and from the Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales in Geneva,Switzerland and a Bachelors of Arts degree in Political Science from Wellesley College, USA. The facilitator: Angeliki Rigos, PhD is a scientist and academic with strong interdisciplinary research and teaching in chemistry, materials modeling, sustainability, entrepreneurship and leadership. She has been working at the MIT Energy Initiative since 2017 in several roles, including Executive Director of the MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design, Associate Director for Graduate Programs at MIT Energy Initiative and Program Manager for the DOE Center for Enhanced Nanofluidic Transport. Dr. Rigos has been volunteering with the Massachusetts Chapter of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS) in developing and launching a series of leadership workshops for AWIS members. In 2019, she co-founded the MIT LEAdership and Professional Skills Strategies (LEAPS) Program in the MIT School of Science, and in 2021, founded the nonprofit, Epistimi, to empower women in STEMM to better lead the world. Dr. Rigos received a B.A. in Chemistry from Cornell University, a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.B.A. from Northeastern University.
Organization: Club of Boston
Source: MIT Alumni Forum
[EI LIVE K-12] Seeking Climate Justice - Past, Present, and Future
December 6 | 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
K-12 Education Seeking Climate Justice – Past, Present, and Future

This session will review and reflect on overlapping socio-economic, racial, and environmental/climate injustices faced by marginalized communities in the past and present times, as well as identify and address their vulnerability to future risks as acerbated by climate change.

Presenters: Melody Braun, Senior Staff Associate and Dannie Dinh, Program Officer, International Research Institute for Climate and Society

Target Audience: Grades 6-12

This event is free but registration is required.

To register for this event, please click this link: https://www.earth.columbia.edu/videos/view/seeking-climate-justice-past-present-and-future


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Fix Live: Climate Leaders Share Stories of Mentorship
December 6 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Grist and Back Pocket Media are teaming up for an evening of music, art, and live storytelling. Join us as we push the boundaries of what a virtual event can be by sharing astonishing true stories from the Grist Fixer community. The theme of the night is Mentorship. You’ll hear stories of unlikely inspiration, motivation, and life-altering relationships, all told live on (virtual) stage.

Pour a drink and get cozy - we'll see you on December 6th!

Stay tuned for lineup announcements!

Register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fix-live-climate-leaders-share-stories-of-mentorship-tickets-203343655347


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Harvard Forest Seminar
December 6 | 11:00 AM
Zoom & 324 North Main Street, Petersham

"Climate Change in New England: Overriding the Mycorrhizal Imprint on Soil Biogeochemistry" with Thomas Muratore, Soil Microbial Ecology Lab, University of New Hampshire.... Read more about Harvard Forest Seminar
Organization: Harvard
Source: Harvard

Monthly Hub Meeting - Arlington
December 6 | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Organization: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
Source: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
Power Puzzle: "Solving Complex...
December 6 | 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Come see this year's Terrascope students present proposals to foster resilient energy at the community scale in Puerto Rico. Questions welcome from the...
Organization: MIT
Source: MIT
Carbon Capture and Storage in Wyoming: Fill 'Er Up
December 7 | 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Profound changes in state and federal policy are shaping the landscape for carbon capture, use, and storage in real time. Throughout the United States, these changes may be felt most in Wyoming, where extractive industries have long contributed to the economy, the culture, communities and tax base. As the energy transition mounts, Wyoming’s leaders, companies, and experts will help determine the rate and magnitude of deployment of carbon capture, use, and storage (CCUS), which will affect every aspect of life and commerce in the Equality State.

The Center on Global Energy Policy’s Women in Energy program is delighted to announce the fourth event in the Women in Energy CCUS Roadshow series. This initiative aims to highlight the extraordinary accomplishments of women in the CCUS field and empower a workforce that is equitable, diverse, and strong by advancing equality and opportunity. The WIE program seeks to address institutional barriers to entry, help organizations and companies recruit women and improve retention, and empower women to achieve career growth through educational programming, enhanced visibility, and broader networks. The Center works in collaboration with local universities, non-governmental organizations, and public institutions to design cross-cutting, innovative programs that aim to improve the understanding of global challenges through a transdisciplinary, transcultural and applied perspective.

Please join us for a discussion of the changes in federal and state laws concerning CCUS and how those changes might affect investment, development, climate, and communities in Wyoming. The conversation will feature energy experts from Wyoming who will also discuss ways to grow women’s share of the energy workforce and what organizations in the public and private sectors are looking for in new recruits.

Moderator:

Dr. S. Julio Friedmann, Senior Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA

Speakers:

Dr. Holly Krutka, Executive Director, University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources Sarah Forbes, Director, Carbon Capture and Storage, Center on Environmental Quality, Executive Office of the President Sheila Hollis, Acting Executive Director, United States Energy Association Deepika Nagabhushan, Client Project Manager, Carbon Direct

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This webinar will be hosted via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with access details. The event will be recorded and the video recording will be added to our website following the event.

This event is open to press, and registration is required to attend. For media inquiries or requests for interviews, please contact Kyu Lee ([email protected]) or Natalie Volk ([email protected]).

For more information about the event, please contact [email protected].


Organization: Columbia

Source: Columbia
Climate Change and Global Mental Health
December 7 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

This University Seminar will feature the interdisciplinary research from a panel of experts working on issues related to climate change and global mental health. Brief presentations will be followed by a moderated discussion of the priorities, challenges, and opportunities to address climate change and mitigate its impacts on mental health.

Advanced registration is required (click here to register). This seminar is open to the Columbia community and the Public.


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
MPA in Environmental Science and Policy Online Workshop Briefings
December 7 | 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
RSVP Here!

The Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy invites you to virtually attend the Fall 2022 Final Workshop Briefings. During the Final Briefings, students will present their findings as a part of ENVP U9229 The Workshop in Applied Earth Systems Management II. Students enroll in small, faculty-advised project teams. Each Workshop faculty member selects a piece of proposed, but not yet enacted, state, federal, or local environmental law (or a U.N. resolution), and students are asked to develop a plan for implementing and managing the new program. In the fall semester, the Workshop completes the operational plan for implementing the program.


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
China's Energy Transition
December 9 | 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

China is the world’s largest energy consumer, energy producer and greenhouse gas emitter. Its patterns of energy use have profound impacts on energy markets, geopolitics and the global climate. The Chinese government has committed to dramatic changes in its energy systems in the decades ahead, including an ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2060.

How can China meet this ambitious goal? What steps can China take in this decade to transform its energy system while also pursuing other goals, including economic growth and energy security? Please join us for presentations on two leading analyses of these topics – the China Energy Transformation Outlook, by the Energy Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Macroeconomic Research (ERI) and the Energy Sector Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality in China, by the International Energy Agency (IEA). Following the presentations, two leading experts will offer thoughts and commentary on the analyses.

Moderator:

David Sandalow, Inaugural Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA

Speakers:

Wang Zhongying, Director General, Energy Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Macroeconomic Research Timur Gül, Head, Energy Technology Policy Division, International Energy Agency Valerie Karplus, Professor, Carnegie Mellon University Kevin Tu, Non-Resident Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University

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This webinar will be hosted via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with access details. The event will be recorded and the video recording will be added to our website following the event.

This event is open to press, and registration is required to attend. For media inquiries or requests for interviews, please contact Natalie Volk ([email protected]).

For more information about the event, please contact [email protected].


Organization: Columbia

Source: Columbia
MA in Climate and Society Online Information Session
December 9 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Please RSVP here


The Columbia Climate School presents an online information session on the MA in Climate and Society.

The MA in Climate and Society is a 12-month interdisciplinary graduate program that trains professionals and academics to understand and address the impacts of climate variability and climate change on society and the environment. Through classes and research, students gain knowledge in both climate and social sciences as they relate to climate. During the online information session, prospective students will have the opportunity to learn about the program and ask questions.


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Fungal Traits and Forest Responses to Elevated CO2
December 11
Livestream or Weld Hill Lecture Hall, Arnold Arboretum, 1300 Centre Street, Boston Please join us Monday, for Fungal traits and forest responses to elevated CO2 with Peter Pellitier, Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University.
Organization: Harvard
Source: Harvard
MA in Climate and Society Online Information Session
December 12 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Please RSVP here


The Columbia Climate School presents an online information session on the MA in Climate and Society.

The MA in Climate and Society is a 12-month interdisciplinary graduate program that trains professionals and academics to understand and address the impacts of climate variability and climate change on society and the environment. Through classes and research, students gain knowledge in both climate and social sciences as they relate to climate. During the online information session, prospective students will have the opportunity to learn about the program and ask questions.


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Climate LIVE K12: Towards Climate Justice and Resilience in Colombia
December 13 | 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Climate LIVE K12: Building Towards Climate Justice and Resilience in Colombia

Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents.

About this Event

Target Audience: Grades 9-12, Undergraduates, Educators, the Public

Colombia is poised to be a major voice on the global stage that can help redefine the priorities and approaches to the global climate crisis and notions of adaptation and resilience. This session will explore the relationships between urban planning, design, policy, and climate resilience in Colombia and the ideas and practices that could advance climate justice. Johanna Lovecchio, Climate School Adjunct Faculty and Director of Program Design for Climate Action, will share examples and ideas from Columbia’s partnership with local stakeholders.

A link to join the session will be provided to all registered participants 24 hours in advance.

If you would like to submit any questions before the event, please send them to Laurel Zaima-Sheehy ([email protected])


Organization: Columbia

Source: Columbia
Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition
December 13 | 5:00 PM
Zoom The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability and the Vice Provost Office for Advances in Learning present Harvard Speaks on Climate Change, a new series featuring Harvard faculty working on different dimensions of the climate challenge. In this session, Professors Dustin Tingley and Gordon Hanson will explore the political, economic, and social challenges surrounding the energy transition.... Read more about Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition
Organization: Harvard
Source: Harvard
Member event: Future Energy Systems Center VIRTUAL project updates
December 13

Organization: MIT Energy Initiative
Source: MIT Energy Initiative
Rising Tides: Integrating Situated Visualization, Augmented Reality, and Public-Participation Technology to Create an Accessible Platform for Localized Climate Change Visualization and Discourse
December 13 | 12:00 PM
A presentation from 2023-2024 Radcliffe fellow Narges Mahyar... Read more about Rising Tides: Integrating Situated Visualization, Augmented Reality, and Public-Participation Technology to Create an Accessible Platform for Localized Climate Change Visualization and Discourse
Organization: Harvard
Source: Harvard
Climate LIVE K12: Climate Justice in New York City
December 14 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Climate LIVE K12: Climate Justice in New York City

Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents.

About this Event

Presenter: Thaddeus Pawlowski, Managing Director of the Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes & Research Scholar and Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Design and Urban Planning.

Target Audience: Grades 6-12, Educators, the Public

What lessons have we learned from ten years of recovery from Hurricane Sandy? Urban planners and designers had to think creatively to address the challenges and opportunities of local climate change adaptation. In particular, climate justice drives planners to re-thinking the way cities are built to promote equity.

A link to join the session will be provided to all registered participants 24 hours in advance.

If you would like to submit any questions before the event, please send them to Laurel Zaima-Sheehy ([email protected])


Organization: Columbia

Source: Columbia
Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition
December 14 | 5:00 PM
Zoom The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability and the Vice Provost Office for Advances in Learning present Harvard Speaks on Climate Change, a new series featuring Harvard faculty working on different dimensions of the climate challenge. In this session, Professors Dustin Tingley and Gordon Hanson will explore the political, economic, and social challenges surrounding the energy transition.... Read more about Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition
Organization: Harvard
Source: Harvard
Member event: Future Energy Systems Center VIRTUAL project updates
December 14

Organization: MIT Energy Initiative
Source: MIT Energy Initiative
Monthly overview of IRI's Global Seasonal Climate Forecasts and ENSO status and forecast.
December 15 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) presents its climate forecast briefing. The IRI's seasonal, sub-seasonal and ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) forecasts are discussed in this monthly briefing by IRI climate scientists Azhar Ehsan and Bohar Singh. For more information, please see: https://iri.columbia.edu/our-expertise/climate/
Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
MPA in Environmental Science and Policy Online Info Session
December 15 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Please RSVP here

Please join us for an online information session on the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy, offered jointly by Columbia Climate School's Earth Institute and School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. The program prepares graduates to address the most serious and complex environmental problems the earth will face. The program integrates science with environmental policy and management, providing students with the practical knowledge and training to become leaders in this rapidly growing area. Courses are taught by the world’s foremost sustainability academics and researchers, along with leading sustainability practitioners in New York City. Graduates hold key positions in organizations worldwide in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

During this session, Steven Cohen, Director of the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy, will discuss the program's format, curriculum, outcomes, and resources with time for Q&A at the end.


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Monthly overview of IRI's Global Seasonal Climate Forecasts and ENSO status and forecast.
December 16 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (part of the Earth Institute) presents its monthly climate forecast briefing. The IRI's seasonal climate forecasts and ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) forecasts are discussed in this briefing by IRI's chief forecaster, Tony Barnston. In addition, the IRI climate group will present results of its experimental sub seasonal forecasts.
Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Monthly Hub Meeting - Fairfax
December 21 | 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Organization: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
Source: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
Monthly overview of IRI's Global Seasonal Climate Forecasts and ENSO status and forecast.
December 21 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) presents its climate forecast briefing. The IRI's seasonal, sub-seasonal and ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) forecasts are discussed in this monthly briefing by IRI climate scientists Azhar Ehsan and Bohar Singh. For more information, please visit: https://iri.columbia.edu/our-expertise/climate/

Recordings of the briefing are posted at https://iri.columbia.edu/enso


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Tree of Life Community Meeting
December 21 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Organization: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
Source: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
Can Climate Models Aid Adaptation Efforts with Help from A.I.?
December 22 | 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Sustain What? Can Climate Models Aid Adaptation Efforts with Help from A.I.?

Computer climate simulations have greatly increased basic understanding of human-driven global warming. But enduring gaps in climate science and models have hindered the ability to use these tools to forecast and adapt to shifting hazards in the next few decades.

LEAP, the Center for Learning the Earth with Artificial Intelligence and Physics, is a five-year project seeking breakthroughs. Headquartered at Columbia University and funded by the National Science Foundation, the project is fostering convergence in data science, climate science and A.I and building two-way connections with stakeholders and communities at risk.

In this Sustain What webcast, the first of a series on LEAP, longtime climate journalist Andy Revkin of the Columbia Climate School will explore issues and opportunities with scientists from this team and another AI research center. (Revkin is on the knowledge transfer committee of LEAP.)

Please click here for speaker information and viewing options; https://www.earth.columbia.edu/videos/view/can-climate-models-aid-adaptation-efforts-with-help-from-a-i-question


Organization: Columbia
Source: Columbia
Monthly Hub Meeting - Arlington
January 3 | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Organization: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
Source: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions

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Organization: Columbia
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December 6 | 11:00 AM
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Monthly Hub Meeting - Arlington

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Organization: MIT
December 7 | 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Carbon Capture and Storage in Wyoming: Fill 'Er Up
Profound changes in state and federal policy are shaping the landscape for carbon capture, use, and storage in real time. Throughout the United States, these changes may be felt most in Wyoming, where ...
Organization: Columbia
December 7 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Climate Change and Global Mental Health
This University Seminar will feature the interdisciplinary research from a panel of experts working on issues related to climate change and global mental health. Brief presentations will be followed b ...
Organization: Columbia
December 7 | 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
MPA in Environmental Science and Policy Online Workshop Briefings
RSVP Here!

The Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy invites you to virtually attend the Fall 2022 Final Workshop Briefings. During the Final Briefings, studen ...

Organization: Columbia
December 9 | 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
China's Energy Transition
China is the world’s largest energy consumer, energy producer and greenhouse gas emitter. Its patterns of energy use have profound impacts on energy markets, geopolitics and the global climate. The Ch ...
Organization: Columbia
December 9 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
MA in Climate and Society Online Information Session
Please RSVP here
The Columbia Climate School presents an online information session on the MA in Climate and Society.
The MA in Climate and Society is a 12-month interdisciplinary graduate pr ...

Organization: Columbia
December 11
Fungal Traits and Forest Responses to Elevated CO2
Livestream or Weld Hill Lecture Hall, Arnold Arboretum, 1300 Centre Street, Boston Please join us Monday, for Fungal traits and forest responses to elevated CO2 with Peter Pellitier, Postdoctoral Fell ...
Organization: Harvard
December 12 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
MA in Climate and Society Online Information Session
Please RSVP here
The Columbia Climate School presents an online information session on the MA in Climate and Society.
The MA in Climate and Society is a 12-month interdisciplinary graduate pr ...

Organization: Columbia
December 13 | 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Climate LIVE K12: Towards Climate Justice and Resilience in Colombia
Climate LIVE K12: Building Towards Climate Justice and Resilience in Colombia
Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educat ...

Organization: Columbia
December 13 | 5:00 PM
Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition
Zoom The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability and the Vice Provost Office for Advances in Learning present Harvard Speaks on Climate Change, a new series featuring Harvard faculty working o ...
Organization: Harvard
December 13
Member event: Future Energy Systems Center VIRTUAL project updates

Organization: MIT Energy Initiative
December 13 | 12:00 PM
Rising Tides: Integrating Situated Visualization, Augmented Reality, and Public-Participation Technology to Create an Accessible Platform for Localized Climate Change Visualization and Discourse
A presentation from 2023-2024 Radcliffe fellow Narges Mahyar... Read more about Rising Tides: Integrating Situated Visualization, Augmented Reality, and Public-Participation Technology to Create an A ...
Organization: Harvard
December 14 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Climate LIVE K12: Climate Justice in New York City
Climate LIVE K12: Climate Justice in New York City
Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents. About thi ...

Organization: Columbia
December 14 | 5:00 PM
Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition
Zoom The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability and the Vice Provost Office for Advances in Learning present Harvard Speaks on Climate Change, a new series featuring Harvard faculty working o ...
Organization: Harvard
December 14
Member event: Future Energy Systems Center VIRTUAL project updates

Organization: MIT Energy Initiative
December 15 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Monthly overview of IRI's Global Seasonal Climate Forecasts and ENSO status and forecast.
The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) presents its climate forecast briefing. The IRI's seasonal, sub-seasonal and ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) forecasts are discus ...
Organization: Columbia
December 15 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
MPA in Environmental Science and Policy Online Info Session
Please RSVP here

Please join us for an online information session on the MPA in Environmental Science and Policy, offered jointly by Columbia Climate School's Earth Institute and School of I ...

Organization: Columbia
December 16 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Monthly overview of IRI's Global Seasonal Climate Forecasts and ENSO status and forecast.
The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (part of the Earth Institute) presents its monthly climate forecast briefing. The IRI's seasonal climate forecasts and ENSO (El Niño Southe ...
Organization: Columbia
December 21 | 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Monthly Hub Meeting - Fairfax

Organization: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
December 21 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Monthly overview of IRI's Global Seasonal Climate Forecasts and ENSO status and forecast.
The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) presents its climate forecast briefing. The IRI's seasonal, sub-seasonal and ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) forecasts are discus ...
Organization: Columbia
December 21 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Tree of Life Community Meeting

Organization: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
December 22 | 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Can Climate Models Aid Adaptation Efforts with Help from A.I.?
Sustain What? Can Climate Models Aid Adaptation Efforts with Help from A.I.?

Computer climate simulations have greatly increased basic understanding of human-driven global warming. But endur ...

Organization: Columbia
January 3 | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Monthly Hub Meeting - Arlington

Organization: Faith Alliance For Climate Solutions
January 10 | 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Climate LIVE K12: Knowing Your Geography
Climate LIVE K12: Knowing Your Geography- Data Mapping for Sustainable Development
Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, e ...

Organization: Columbia
January 11 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Climate LIVE K12: Generating Applications to Gain Acceptance
Climate LIVE K12: Generating Applications to Gain Acceptance
Climate LIVE K12 (formerly EI LIVE K12) is dedicated to bringing the science of sustainability to K12 students, educators, and parents. ...

Organization: Columbia
January 12 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
MA in Climate and Society Online Information Session
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The Columbia Climate School presents an online information session on the MA in Climate and Society.
The MA in Climate and Society is a 12-month interdisciplinary graduate pr ...

Organization: Columbia
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