ECO Dialogue #2: Putting the 'Action' Into Climate Action

April 13, 2016 at 4:30pm-5:45pm, Biotech G10

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How can we inspire more people to act upon climate change? Research shows that most people recognize climate change as a threat to society, but only a few act. Those who choose to act face numerous challenges. Institutional, personal, and societal barriers slow collaboration to tackle the climate change crisis.

Come discover how you can put the “action” into climate action and be encouraged by success stories from Keystone XL, fracking, and Cornell’s very own Climate Action Plan.

Join the dialogue with Cornell’s faculty, staff, students, and alumni as we discuss how to create a climate of change!

FRUIT, DESSERTS & COFFEE will be served during a series of ten-minute talks, followed by lively discussion.

Registration link- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/18QSgSK1DtvguS1-2zTz0_G6ew5LJXo4z79jBHRzesb8/viewform

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Brought to you by the Cornell student Environmental Collaborative and the President's Sustainable Campus Committee.

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