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The Art Of Climate Science: Antarctica

Monday, Sep 19, 2011

Communicating the complicated science of climate change is no easy endeavor. Countless people have tried, ranging from Al Gore to the National Academy of Sciences. But sometimes people from outside government and science can provide us with fascinating insights into subjects that seem too difficult to navigate.

In this special event, coinciding with New York Climate Week 2011, Science & the City brings Paul D. Miller, a.k.a. DJ Spooky, together with a pair of top environmental scientists, presents an artist's view of the scientific story behind climate change and Antarctica.

Date: Monday, September 19, 7-8:30 pm

Location: New York Academy of Sciences, 7 WTC, 250 Greenwich Street, 40th Floor

RSVP: New York Academy of Sciences

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