Event: Condry to Speak at MIT Climate Change Panel

Will MIT rise to the climate challenge?

12-1pm | Student Center W20-201
Hosted by Fossil Free MIT & Sloan Sustainability Initiative

Join us for a panel discussion to find out what MIT is currently doing about climate change, and to discuss what MIT could be doing in the near future.

Last year, the MIT community participated in the campus-wide Climate Change Conversation, an effort that resulted in a myriad of suggestions on what MIT could to tackle the climate crisis. President Reif is now reviewing the recommendations made in the report of the Conversation Committee, and will announce this fall how (or if) the institute will take action. This event aims to provide context for this much-awaited decision. Will our administration choose to take bold action on this pivotal issue of our generation?

Jason Jay – Senior Lecturer at the Sloan School of Management and Director of the Sustainability Initiative
Jeremy Poindexter – Ph.D. student in Materials Science & Engineering and member of Fossil Free MIT
Jonathan King – Professor of Molecular Biology in the Department of Biology
Jacqueline Kuo – Undergraduate student in Mechanical Engineering and member of UA Sustainability
Ian Condry – Professor of Japanese Culture & Media Studies and Head of Global Studies & Languages

Lunch will be served at 11:45am.

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