15] Look at the paths forward on climate change – Oct. 26
On Oct. 26, join EDF Senior Climate Scientist and Streisand Chair of Environmental Science Ilissa Ocko for a primer on the latest science, which increasingly shows the connection between climate change and the impacts we are seeing today—and will see in the future. An historic election is upon us. No matter the results, now is the time to come together and redouble our efforts to combat the existential threat of climate change.
On Oct. 26, join Fred Krupp and EDF experts for a post-election insider look at the paths forward on climate change. Whether it’s federal legislation, state action, bolstering efforts outside the U.S. or all three, we will win this fight together.
Go to https://web.cvent.com/event/ffefcdc0-8ed4-41e0-925d-2bdecf058ff8/summary?locale=en-US&i=CdkddsX7O0S8FTpnaJJPKg.
16] – Catch Science For Peace Symposium on Working for the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons on Mon., Oct. 26 from 2 to 3 PM. Please register for the event at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/global-efforts-tickets-122411545227. A link for the zoom webinar will be sent after you register. Ray Acheson of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons will provide an update on global efforts on nuclear disarmament, including The United Nations treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons. She will then field questions.