Hixon Center Eco-Engage Sustainability Dialogue Series: “Where is the World Headed on Climate Change?” Faculty Panel

October 25, 2017 Add to Calendar

7–9 p.m.


Shanahan Center, Drinkward Recital Hall
320 E. Foothill Blvd.
Claremont, CA 91711


The Eco-Engage Sustainability Dialogue series is an opportunity to engage with fellow students, faculty, and staff across The Claremont Colleges about sustainability. The aim of the series is to encourage a shift from critical thinking to action on environmental issues.

The fourth event of this series is a faculty panel assembled to answer the broader question, "Where is the world headed on climate change?" The panel, which will consist of Professors Tanja Srebotnjak (Harvey Mudd), Char Miller (Pomona), Lance Neckar (Pitzer), Branwen Williams (Keck Science) and Paul Steinberg (Harvey Mudd), will discuss the Paris Climate Agreement, the state of environmental and climate affairs since the Agreement, and the broader question about whether or not the world can meet ambitious climate goals and what steps might be taken.

In the spirit of this dialogue series, attendees will have the opportunity to directly engage with the panelists and ask questions.