Fifteen Frequently Asked Questions on Climate ChangeApril 25, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall Room #201; Broadcast on Hawaii Interactive TV to all campuses. Room depends on Campus
In conjunction with Earth Week celebrations, University of Hawaii at Manoa Climate Scientist Axel Timmermann, professor in the Department of Oceanography and the International Pacific Research Center, will speak on “Fifteen Frequently Asked Questions on Climate Change,” including:
•How much of the recent warming can be attributed to human activities?
•What are the biggest uncertainties in scientists’ predictions of Global Warming?
•How will the Hawaiian Islands be impacted by future climate change, sea level rise and ocean acidification?
Free and open to the public
International Pacific Research Center, Mānoa Campus
Gisela, 808-956-9252, email@example.com
Thursday, April 25
Children's Used Book SaleMānoa Campus, Outside Kuykendall Auditorium (Kuykendall 101)
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Fifteen Frequently Asked Questions on Climate ChangeMānoa Campus, Kuykendall Room #201; Broadcast on Hawaii Interactive TV to all campuses. Room depends on Campus
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