Ray Bradley: Where do we stand on global warming?

Fall 2016 Climate Change Speaker Series

Please join us in welcoming Ray Bradley as the first speaker in a series of three talks that explores the science, ethics and politics of climate change. Ray Bradley's research focuses on climate variability over recent centuries and millennia and he has carried out extensive fieldwork in the Arctic and North Atlantic region.

Sponsored by the Miller Worley Fund for the Center for the Environment and The Science Center.

Other speakers include

  • Dale Jamieson (Nov 9): Living with Climate Change: The Road from Paris
  • Maria Ivanova (Dec 1): Good COP, Bad COP: Climate Change After Paris

Support for this lecture series is provided by the following funds: Miller Worley Fund for the Center for the Environment, Nordhoff Environmental Literacy Endowed Fund, Norton Environmental Fund, and Science Center Directorship Fund.

Ray Bradley

University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Geosciences and Director of the Climate System Research Center | University of Massachusetts Amherst

Ray Bradley is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Arctic Institute of North America and he was elected a Foreign Member of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters.Bradley's research focuses on climate variability over recent centuries and millennia. He has carried out extensive fieldwork in the Arctic and North Atlantic region (Canadian High Arctic, NW and SE Greenland, Svalbard, the Faroe Islands and northern Norway).