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6- 8 pm, 4.7.20 Power Dialog / Webinar Information for Solve Climate by 2030
University and high school students across the nation, along with faith and community groups, will tune into 52 simultaneous, university-hosted state-wide webinars on an issue critical to their future: how ambitious state and local action can put us on the way to solving climate change by 2030. Faculty across the country, and across disciplines, will assign these webinars as homework, using them as a springboard for discussing climate solutions and energy justice.
Hosted by UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy (GSPP) and the Energy and Resources Group (ERG)
Run of show:
6 PM-7 PM (Pacific Time): Power Dialog Webinar,
Introductory video [6 min] – Dr. Eban Goodstein / Director, Graduate Programs in Sustainability, Bard College
Avenues and Opportunities to Solve Climate by 2030: The climate-energy imperative; California’s status and actions to date; Lessons from COVID19 for Climate; and Current events update (dialog over a Green Stimulus): [20 minutes]
Professor Daniel M Kammen, University of California, Berkeley.
Former Science Envoy, United States Department of State.
Panel discussion panelists [30 – 40 minutes]
Panelists are TBA, but will be exciting.
Moderator: Professor Daniel M Kammen, University of California, Berkeley. Former Science Envoy, United States Department of State.
7:15 PM-8 PM: Community Discussion
An open-form (chat box or video Q&A for participants on the zoom) about solutions, environmental justice, and other opportunities.
to watch the webinar live.
Or if you would like to be e-mailed a link to the recording, or for more info, contact: email@example.com
Twitter follow for updates on the event: @dan_kammen