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NYU Climate Change Panel

Thursday, Nov 29, 2012

New York University's Environmental Studies Program will host "Carbon, Climate Change, and Natural Disaster: What Should We Learn from Sandy?" on Thursday, Nov. 29, 7–8:30 p.m. at NYU's School of Law, D'Agostino Hall, Faculty Club, 108 West 3rd Street (between MacDougal and Sullivan Streets).

Experts on topics ranging from the carbon cycle to environmental justice will give their perspectives on climate change, disasters, and Hurricane Sandy — and share their personal experiences.

Panelists include: Kizzy Charles-Guzman, an adjunct instructor in NYU's Environmental Studies Program and former policy advisor at the New York City Mayor's Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability; Dale Jamieson, director, NYU's Environmental Studies Program and professor of environmental studies and philosophy; Eric Sanderson, senior conservation ecologist at the Wildlife Conservation Society and director of the Mannahatta Project; and Tyler Volk, science director, Environmental Studies Program and professor of environmental studies and biology at NYU. The session will be moderated by Chris Schlottmann, associate director, NYU's Environmental Studies Program.

The event is free and open to the public. RSVP at http://goo.gl/htf9w or by calling 212.992.7999.

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