April 23, 2016
10am - 3pm (MIT Walker Memorial)
Take the 2 °C Challenge.
Work the Climate Calculator
to see if you can make the choices needed to reduce the global average temperature enough to save the world from most disastrous consequences of climate change. Or spin the Greenhouse Gamble
roulette wheels to compare the likely impact of different climate policies on the rate of global warming. Learn
how researchers at the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change are combining scientific knowledge with policy analysis to inform decision-making on global environmental challenges that include climate change, air pollution, food insecurity, water shortages, biodiversity loss and more. Attend workshops on climate science and policy.
March 2, 2016
At the recent UN climate talks in Paris, non-state actors and governments were asked to accelerate partnerships and increase climate action on the ground. The goal: to launch a virtuous cycle of climate action, where demonstration of action on the ground encourages negotiators to make more ambitious pledges, which, in turn, generate even more action.
Please join us on Wednesday, March 2, 2016, 3:30–4:30PM in MIT Building E19-319 to learn more about the UN’s action agenda, from its origins to its emergence at COP21 to its potential future. Our distinguished speaker is Janos Pasztor, Senior Advisor to the UN Secretary‑General on Climate Change.
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