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The Worldwide Teach-In for Climate Justice brings together climate-concerned Clark University students, faculty, staff, and administration to share an evening of climate dialogue and learning.
There will be eight student-moderated panels on climate-related topics such as communication, justice, actions/solutions, energy transitions, physical and mental health, and many more.
Entertainment and food will also be available!
The event opens with food and activities at 4 p.m. in Tilton Hall, followed by an introduction at 5 p.m.
Round 1, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
“Climate and Environment Justice,” Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center 120
“What do Masculinities and Femininities have to do with it?” Jefferson Academic Center 218
“Energy Transitions,” Jefferson Academic Center 222
“Climate and Health,” Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center 122
Round 2, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
“Environmental Humanities,” Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center 121
“Living in the Climate Crisis,” Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center 120
“Climate Actions and Solutions,” Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center 120
“Story Wars: Climate Change Comms,” Jefferson Academic Center 218
Information: Helen Rosko, new Earth conversation program coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org