MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF CLIMATE CHANGE: IMPACTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Saturday, May 4th
8:30 AM -1:30 PM
Southern NH University
Frost Hall, Walker Auditorium
2500 North River Road
(See location and parking map information below)
The urgency to take action on climate change has become increasingly evident, but solutions are at hand that will improve public health, create economic opportunity, and strengthen our resilience as a state and a nation. This program will serve as a forum for discussion on current and future policy options on the local, state, federal and international levels to meet the global challenges of climate change.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, former EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy is now unable to join us for the New Hampshire Climate Conference this Saturday, May 4th.
Keynote Speaker (Updated): Kathy Fallon Lambert
Senior Advisor at the Center for Climate, Health,and the Global Environment (C-Change) at the Harvard T.F. Chan School of Public Health
Kathy Fallon Lambert is a Senior Advisor at the Center for Climate, Health and the Global Environment at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health. Her research focuses on the health and environmental benefits of climate, air quality, and land use policy. Previously, she created and directed the Science & Policy Integration Project at the Harvard Forest and was the first Executive Director of the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation. Kathy is a native of Norway, Maine and holds a BA from Dartmouth College and MS from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. She is a Switzer Fellow, Schepp Scholar, and recipient of the US EPA Environmental Merit Award.
Brief Conference Overview:
Conference sessions will focus on public health, the business case for climate action, municipal initiatives on renewable energy, and international climate negotiations. Presenters include representatives from Clean Energy NH, CERES, NH Businesses for Social Responsibility, the City of Boston, Harvard Business School, Union of Concerned Scientists, Harvard Kennedy School, and the Natural Resources Defense Council (Click Here for Full Program).
Sponsors: World Affairs Council of New Hampshire, Global Citizens Circle, Harvard Club of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Kennedy School Network, League of Conservation Voters
Cost: $20 person, includes continental breakfast and lunch
Location & Parking:
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