Climate Week NYC is partnering with the American Museum of Natural History on the Nature and Science program to explore the role of natural resources in climate action. The event program aims to build a deeper connection between humans and nature.
The three online programs, featured as part of Climate Week NYC’s Nature and Science Program, include speakers such as atmospheric scientist Katherine Hayhoe and the Museum’s Chief Conservation Scientist Eleanor J. Sterling. The Museum’s Climate Week programming, will be accessible via individual links available at www.amnh.org
All talks are interactive, with Katharine Hayhoe speaking first on 9/22. If you miss the talks they’ll be available on-demand. Read about the event here
(This might be a good opportunity for all you contrarians to explain how the climate experts are wrong.)