4.7.20  Power Dialogs in 50 States

State + Community Conversation
Focused on Climate Solutions by 2030
Make Climate a Class

Hour #1:  Webinars in Each State, DC, Puerto Rico
Hour #2:  Follow-on Local Dialogs

(International sites in South America, Asia and Europe)

*Start times vary, see below for detailed information. 
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University Leads for Solve Climate By 2030

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On Tuesday, April 7, 2020 and working with College and University partners across the US, the Bard Center for Environmental Policy is coordinating the convening of hundreds of conversations focused on the  potential to solve the energy side of climate change by 2030. The event features 52 simultaneous, university hosted webinars, one in every state, and in DC and Puerto Rico. That evening, we will find out what are three, ambitious but feasible actions that need doing in Texas and Idaho, Missouri and New Jersey, Florida and Minnesota, if we really aim to solve climate change by 2030. Start times vary in the evening by state. The two-hour event begins with the university-hosted, one-hour state-level webinars in each state, followed by 45 minutes of community dialogs.

Every College, University and High School faculty member who would like to engage students in discussion about climate change can require viewing of their state webinars-- either live or recorded- -as homework. Solve Climate has teaching guides here for follow-on discussion, including entry points from every discipline: philosophy, political science, engineering, natural science, art, and economics. 

Community level viewing events will be hosted at colleges and universities, high schools, community groups and faith organizations. International universities are welcome to participate. Follow the links below, and please sign up here to stay informed. 

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Bard Programs
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University of Connecticut
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American Indian
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Second Nature
Earth Day
Earth Day
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