The UC Santa Cruz Division of Physical and Biological Sciences and the Division of Social Sciences invite you to the ninth annual Confronting Climate Change Event.
Confronting Climate Change is an annual public lecture series that brings together scientists, artists, policy experts, and community members to discuss our planet’s wellbeing and share solutions for our future. This event continues to spark conversation and thought on how research in the natural and social sciences can lead to climate change solutions and preserve the overall environmental health and wellbeing of our planet.
Presenters will discuss the social and economic transformations that will be required in order to address the health impacts of climate change, and together we will think about how climate change might inspire us to work towards a more livable future.
Julie Livingston, New York University
Matthew Huber, Purdue University
Bharat Venkat, UC Los Angeles
Andrew Mathews, UC Santa Cruz
We invite members of the community and general public to engage and participate in this free online event.