New speakers on NCS this spring – topics range from power plant regulation, to offshore wind, to climate justice.

Join us the first and third Wednesday of each month at noon eastern to hear climate and clean energy specialists talk about the latest climate change issues. These public conference calls are a great chance to connect with top scientists, analysts and political leaders discuss climate and clean energy solutions. Now in its eighth season, the National Climate Seminar provides a venue for open dialogue on today’s most pressing issue – climate change – with a focus on leadership and solutions, and connecting experts in the field to our graduate students and to the public.

Call-in number: 1-712-432-3100; Conference Code: 253385
Join us this spring – 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 12pm EST

Spring 2013

Daniel Lashof

Feb. 6
Daniel Lashof, Director, Climate and Clean Air Program, NRDC
Talk Title: Cutting Carbon at Power Plants See More >

Mike Tidwell

Feb. 20
Mike Tidwell, Chesapeake Climate Action Network
Talk Title: Offshore Wind: Potential and Politics See More >

Brenda Ekwurzel

Mar. 6
Brenda Ekwurzel, Climate Scientist, Assistant Director of Climate Research and Analysis, Union of Concerned Scientists
Talk Title: After Sandy, What Next? See More >

Mark Reynolds

Mar. 20
Mark Reynolds, Executive Director, Citizens Climate Lobby
Talk Title: Lobbyists for Climate Action See More >

Katharine Wilkinson

Apr. 3
Katharine Wilkinson, Author, Between God and Green
Talk Title: Between God and Green See More >

Bill McKibben (invited)

Apr. 17
Bill McKibben (invited), Author, Educator, Environmentalist, 350.org
Talk Title: Corruption, Democracy, Climate See More >

Manuel Pastor and James Boyce

May. 1
Manuel Pastor and James Boyce, Professor of American Studies & Ethnicity at USC, and Professor of Economics at UMASS, respectively.
Talk Title: Co-benefits and Climate Justice See More >

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