Join for a presentation about climate change of today, where it is going, and what technologies are in development to help solve the carbon dioxide problem. Ph.D. student Hannah Rose from the ASU Center for Negative Carbon Emissions will give a 45 minute presentation, then open to questions from the audience.
This event is open to anyone with any level of interest or knowledge in climate change. The goal is to foster a curious and insightful discussion among attendees.
Lunch will not be served. Light snacks may be provided. Please bring a hungry mind, but not a hungry stomach.
This event is made possible by funding from the Graduate and Professional Students Association of Arizona State University.
1) In the wake of the recent tragedy in Minneapolis, I will adjust my presentation in honor of Philando Castile. Some ideas include incorporating discussion of environmental justice, holding a moment of silence, cancelling the event altogether (however I do not feel that a moment of silence or cancelling the event would be the most appropriate response). If anyone has an opinion on how we may thoughtfully, appropriately, and respectfully honor Philando Castile at this event, please share your suggestions.
2) There have been several requests for a live stream of this event. I will probably try to stream it through Facebook Live, or another similar service. I will provide information on that closer to the time of the event.
Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/841755125959403/