A Matter of Survival: Mitigating Climate Change

November 8, 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Zoom

The impacts of climate change, including sea level rise, are coming.
A trio of UH Manoa experts will discuss what we need to do now to prepare.
Speakers for this online panel discussion are:
Makena Coffman, Director of the Institute for Sustainability and Resilience, Research Fellow with the UH Economic Research Organization and Chair of the City and County of Honolulu Climate Change Commission
Karl Kim, Director of the Disaster Mgmt & Humanitarian Assistance Program and Executive Director of the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center
Judith Stilgenbauer, Professor of Landscape Architecture and Principal Investigator of "South Shore Promenade and Coastal Open Space Network Study: Resilience and Connectivity by Design"

Register at http://go.hawaii.edu/Vky to receive Zoom link.

Co-sponsored by ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter. Proceeds benefit ARCS Scholar Award grants to outstanding UH Manoa doctoral candidates who are doing research to address critical issues in STEM and health disciplines.

Ticket Information
$35; free for students but registration required to receive Zoom link: http://go.hawaii.edu/Vky

Event Sponsor
Grad Division and CTAHR, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Cheryl Ernst, 808-223-5021, ernst@hawaii.edu, https://honolulu.arcsfoundation.org/events

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