Peer beyond the headlines as experts explain what the IPCC report really says about global warming and what it means for our planet and for mankind in a live presentation and discussion on Friday December 13, 02013 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will release its fifth major assessment report in 02014. The first working group (of three) has already released their findings on the development and growth of global warming. In short: climate change is not slowing down and humans are a major factor in its acceleration.
swissnex San Francisco, in partnership with The Long Now Foundation, invites the public to hear from a diverse panel of experts on the report’s key takeaways for the scientist, the citizen, and the entrepreneur. Be prepared to come with your questions and join the discussion around short- and long-term strategies for a warming planet. Long Now members receive a discount on tickets, please see your email for instructions on reserving.
The speakers and panelists are:
- Susan Burns, Senior Vice President, Global Footprint Network
- Saul Griffith, Inventor, Co-founder Otherlab
- Paul Hawken, Environmentalist, entrepreneur, journalist, author, professor
- Gian-Kasper Plattner, Director of Science, IPCC WGI Technical Support Unit, University of Bern, Switzerland
- Thomas Stocker, Co-Chair Working Group I, IPCC
Cost to register is $20, with a $10 discount for Long Now Members
(Check your email for promotional code.)
Friday December 13th, 02013 at the YBCA Forum
A reception for the audience and speakers will follow.
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