Climate Change and Justice: Impacts on Individuals, Communities, and Nations

Presenters: Hong Yang, Ph.D., Eileen Kwesiga, Ph.D., and Gaytha Langlois, Ph.D.

The current rate of climate change is a monumental crisis, and the unprecedented changes have and will result in unmatched impacts on almost every aspect of our lives. Climate change exacerbates existing social issues including injustice and inequality. This session brings together faculty, staff and students to discuss new scientific evidence and justice related issues. Participants will also explore the implications of social, governmental, and higher education’s roles in addressing climate change.

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Thursday, October 7 at 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Academic Innovation Center, 212

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Diversity & Inclusion


Institutional Diversity, Equity & Inclusion


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