No one wants to see rising seas engulf our coastlines or storms swamp our cities, but that is the path we’re headed down with our changing climate, unless we make some profound changes to how we live.
So, we’re bringing together some of the world’s best known climate experts to discuss what’s happening and what needs to happen to transform our world, from one reliant on fossil fuels, to one based on clean, renewable energy sources.
The Nature Conservancy in Connecticut is teaming with media partner WNPR and Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies to present our Nature Talks: Climate Game Changers symposium.
William McKibben – author, educator, founder of 350.org
Gary Yohe, Nobel Prize winner; Professor of economics and environmental science, Wesleyan University
Jay Williams, President, Hartford Foundation for Pubic Giving
Lynn Stoddard, Executive Director, Sustainable Connecticut
John Dankosky, Executive Editor of the New England News Collaborative (head shot)
Friday, September 28, 2018
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Yale’s Kroon Hall (shot of hall, plus map it)
195 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT