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Conservation and Resilience: What Climate Change is Teaching Us

October 25, 2018

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Mack Lipkin Man and Nature Series Panel Discussion

Join us at the American Museum of Natural History for a special evening panel discussion on how climate change is affecting the places where we live and work. How are we thinking about energy, our built environment, and biodiversity and conservation in the face of changing landscapes? Learn about some of the innovations that are making a difference, making communities and our decision-making processes more resilient to rapid change. 

Speakers:

Arturo A. Massol-Deyá, Professor, Department of Biology at the University of Puerto Rico; Associate Director, Casa Pueblo

Erika Svendsen, Research Social Scientist, US Forest Service

Jennifer Bolstad, Landscape Architect, Educator, and Community Organizer, Local Office

Walter Meyer, Urban Designer, Local Office

Moderator: Ana Luz Porzecanski, Director, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, American Museum of Natural History

This event is organized as a part of the Student Conference on Conservation Science-New York 2018 (SCCS-NY). For more information, please visit www.amnh.org/sccsny