Emerging science and on-the-ground evidence of climate tipping points and accelerating natural disasters call us to rapid and transformative responses. Are the pandemic and struggling economy a help or a hindrance to climate action and what are we learning from this historic moment? As a society and set of institutions and economies, will we rise to the challenges of a just transition?
Welcoming remarks by Aaron Bernstein, Interim Director, Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment (C-CHANGE) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthSpeakers include:
- Ilana Cohen AB '22, Student, Harvard College
- Stephen T. Curwood AB '69 (moderator), Host and Executive Producer, Living on Earth
- Jeremy Grantham MBA '66, Co-founder, GMO, LLC
- Ayana Johnson AB '02, Founder, Urban Ocean Lab, Co-founder, The All We Can Save Project, Co-host, How to Save a Planet
- Bill McKibben AB '82, Co-founder, 350.org
Here is the formal announcement, along with links to recordings of the earlier four sessions.
And here, again is the Harvard Gazette article about the series:Hope you can listen in -- or, if you register, HAA will send you a recording after the live event.