April 6-10 - Harvard University Center for the Environment

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April 6-10 - Harvard University Center for the Environment
climate week
- at Harvard University
Join us for a weeklong series of events to
explore the many dimensions of climate change
across all of Harvard’s Schools
April 6-10
For the full schedule of events please visit:
environment.harvard.edu/climateweek
Harvard University Center for the Environment
CLIMATE WEEK EVENTS
Join us every morning at 8:30am for a Climate Science Breakfast
to learn more about the research of Harvard faculty from the School
of Engineering and Applied Sciences/Department of Earth and
Planetary Sciences (HUCE Seminar Room, 24 Oxford St. 3rd Floor)
April 6
12:00pm
Dan Dudek, Environmental Defense Fund, “The Long
March to Reducing Carbon Emissions in China” (HLS,
Griswold Hall 110, 1525 Mass Ave.)
April 6
12:00pm
Tina Grotzer, Harvard Graduate School of Education,
“Educating for Climate Change in K-12: Discussion
and Sharing of Resources” (HGSE, Longfellow Hall 429,
13 Appian Way)
April 6
7:30pm
April 7
4:30pm
April 8
12:30pm
April 8
2:00pm
April 8
4:30pm
April 9
12:30pm
April 9
3:00pm
April 10
1:30pm
Laurel Kearns, Drew Theological School,
“Changing the Religious Climate: The Role
of Faith Groups in Climate Change Awareness and Action” (HDS, Andover Hall, Sperry
Room, 45 Francis Ave.)
Amory B. Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute, “Reinventing
Fire: Profitable Low-Carbon Futures for the U.S. and China”
(HKS, Taubman Building 5th Floor, NYE B&C, 15 Eliot St.)
Kairos Shen, Boston Redevelopment Authority,
“Building and Planning for Climate Change”
(GSD, Stubbins 112, Gund Hall, 48 Quincy St.)
Poetry Reading with Paisley Rekdal, University
of Utah (Dept. of English, Barker Center 133,
12 Quincy Street)
Robert Keohane, Princeton University, and Nathaniel
Keohane, Environmental Defense Fund, “Two Keohanes
Talk Climate Politics” (Dept. of Government, Emerson
Hall 105, 19 Quincy Street)
Joel Schwartz and Sam Myers, Harvard T.H. Chan School of
Public Health, “Climate Change and Human Health: Impacts and
Opportunities” (HSPH, Kresge 502, 677 Huntington Ave, Boston)
Arlene Blum, Scientist/Advocate, and Heather Henricksen,
Office for Sustainability, “A Conversation on Campus
Sustainability” (William James Hall 105, 33 Kirkland St.)
Paul Polman, Unilever, “Corporations and Climate Change:
A Conversation with Unilever CEO Paul Polman” (HBS,
Spangler Center Auditorium, 117 Western Ave, Allston)

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