The Human Consequences of Irreversible Change
Join Harvard Professor and distinguished climate scientist James Anderson on Monday, October 29 at 6:45pm in Schwartz Auditorium for an overview of what we know about climate change today and what this means for human life on planet earth.
There will be FREE PIZZA!
Please RSVP here.
This lecture is open to all. Bring your friends!
Read more about Professor Anderson and his work here.
This event is sponsored by the Mandel Humanities Working Group on Climate Change as a Threat to Human Civilization and Life as We Know it and the Environmental Studies Program (ENVS), co-sponsored by Faculty Against the Climate Threat (FACT), Brandeis Climate Justice (BCJ), Brandeis Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies Program (PAX), the Department of Psychology, the Department of Chemistry, Sustainable Brandeis, Minor in Creativity, The Arts, and Social Transformation (CAST), among others.