State of the Climate 2021
2021 is a landmark year for efforts to address the climate crisis and build a low-carbon, resilient and inclusive economy. In August, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concluded seven years of research with the publication of the most comprehensive scientific assessment of our climate system ever conducted. In early November, world leaders will gather in Glasgow, Scotland at a summit to revise public policy commitments under the Paris Agreement. With the US reeling from record heat, raging wildfires, and devastating storms we will explore how our climate is changing and what we can do about it.
Registration is $18 in advance/$24 at the door. Masks are required.
Dr. Edward Cameron is a specialist in climate change and human rights. A native of Dublin, he holds degrees from Ireland, Belgium and Finland. He is one of the early pioneers of the climate justice movement, having designed the first state-led initiative on climate change and human rights while serving at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Maldives. He later created a training course on the social dimensions of climate change for 10,000 development practitioners while working at the World Bank. During the past several years, he has advised governments, companies, non-profits and philanthropies, building strategies to enhance climate resilience. Dr. Cameron resides in Manchester, Vermont with his wife and two young sons.