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The Art, Science, and Social Science of Climate Change

The Art, Science, and Social Science of Climate Change

Date: March 30, 2023
Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Location: Online

Climate change is the existential crisis of our times. We will need all the ways that way know -- through the arts, sciences and social sciences -- to take up the climate emergency, for human beings and for the natural world that sustains us all. In this one hour panel, we bring together a scientist, a social scientist, an environmental studies scholar, and a film director to talk about how their work takes up climate change and the challenges it presents. The aim is to invite reflection on how we can understand and mitigate climate change, from the perspective of two scientists, a social scientist and a filmmaker working on climate change.

Panel: Dr. Laura McKinnon; Dr. Joanna Robinson; Shabnam Sukhdev; and Dr. Byomkesh Talukder

Chair: Elaine Coburn, Director of the Centre for Feminist Research