Ray Bradley: Where do we stand on global warming?
Fall 2016 Speaker Series
Join the Miller Worley Center for the Environment and Science Center for our Fall 2016 Speaker Series featuring three lecture talks. This exciting and timely series explores the science, ethics and politics of climate change one year after the historic agreement made at the COP21 - 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris. Ray Bradley is the first speaker in this series and his research focuses on climate variability over recent centuries and millennia and he has carried out extensive fieldwork in the Arctic and North Atlantic region.
Other speakers include Dale Jamieson (Nov 9): Living with Climate Change: The Road from Paris and Maria Ivanova (Dec 1): Good COP, Bad COP: Climate Change After Paris
Sponsored by the Miller Worley Fund for the Center for the Environment and The Science Center.