The Climate Crisis: From Inconvenience to Engagement

posted Thursday, April 17, 2008        

Tuesday, April 22, 2008
12:00 pmto1:15 pm

THE CLIMATE CRISIS – FROM INCONVIENENCE TO ENGAGEMENT

With M. Scott Johnson

WHAT:      In this 60-minute presentation you will learn about global warming and climate change from someone who has trained with the experts.  Hear why these issues deserve the immediate attention of all citizens and every politician. Learn why this urgent challenge presents us all with unprecedented opportunities for positive social and environmental change.  This event is free and open to the public.

WHEN:      Earth DayTuesday, April 22, 2008; 12 noon to 1:15pm

WHERE:    University of Arizona James E. Rogers School of Law, Room 139 (located on the NW corner of Speedway Blvd. and Mountain Ave.)*

WHO:        M. Scott Johnson is a teacher, writer, conservationist and Senior Outreach Representative for Defenders of Wildlife.  He is one of a select few individuals who recently trained with former Vice-President Al Gore and his faculty to teach about global climate change.  This event is sponsored by the Environmental Law Society with support by Defenders of Wildlife and The Climate Project.  www.defenders.org  www.theclimateproject.org

*The Law School is currently under construction.  To find the classroom, follow Helen St. on the south side of the school around to the west side opposite Mountain Avenue and enter through the construction tunnel on the west side of the building.



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