HBCU Climate Change Conference (copy)

Dec 18, 2017

6th Annual HBCU Climate Change Conference Bridging the Gap Between Theory & Experience September 20 - 23, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana   The Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, Inc. in collaboration with Texas Southern University will host the Sixth Annual HBCU Climate Change Conference September 20 - 23, 2018. The purpose of the conference is to bring together HBCU faculty and students, researchers, climate professionals and environmental justice and coastal community residents impacted by toxic facilities and severe weather events related to climate change in order to bridge the gap between theory and the experiential realities of climate change. The conference will address issues related to climate justice, adaptation, community resilience, global climate issues, and other major climate change topics (i.e. transportation, energy sources, carbon emissions, green jobs/green economy, just transition, and community economic development).   Another goal of the conference is to include local high school students in the activities of the conference. College bound high school students will be introduced to climate science, within the context of how their daily life activities affect climate. The sessions will be interactive, including computer simulated activities....

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HBCU Climate Change Conference

Dec 18, 2017

6th Annual HBCU Climate Change Conference Bridging the Gap Between Theory & Experience September 20 - 23, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana   The Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, Inc. in collaboration with Texas Southern University will host the Sixth Annual HBCU Climate Change Conference September 20 - 23, 2018. The purpose of the conference is to bring together HBCU faculty and students, researchers, climate professionals and environmental justice and coastal community residents impacted by toxic facilities and severe weather events related to climate change in order to bridge the gap between theory and the experiential realities of climate change. The conference will address issues related to climate justice, adaptation, community resilience, global climate issues, and other major climate change topics (i.e. transportation, energy sources, carbon emissions, green jobs/green economy, just transition, and community economic development).   Another goal of the conference is to include local high school students in the activities of the conference. College bound high school students will be introduced to climate science, within the context of how their daily life activities affect climate. The sessions will be interactive, including computer simulated activities....

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