Climate & Social Justice – Jan 19

  1. Climate change and social justice are two intersecting crises that will define the coming decades on Earth. According to Prof. Dan Kammen, addressing both challenges together makes each campaign more effective, both for meeting and setting new domestic climate and social justice targets, and as part of a coherent pro-justice, pro-poor, pro-job, and pro-climate export policy. This online event will begin with a live ~ 30-minute presentation by Prof. Kammen. Then Dan will answer audience questions about his presentation and about climate and social justice, in general. 

Dr. Daniel Kammen is Professor of Energy and founding director of the Renewable & Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL) at UC Berkeley. He has recently returned from the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26) where he served as USAID's Senior Advisor for Energy, Climate, and Innovation.


Dr. Dan Kammen

WHAT: Climate & Social Justice: Q&A with Prof. Dan Kammen
WHO: Dr. Dan Kammen, Professor of Energy, UC Berkeley [https://rael.berkeley.edu/people/kammen-daniel/]
WHERE: Online, via Zoom (REGISTER BELOW)
WHEN: 2022-01-19 — 7pm PST, Wed, Jan 19 (1 hour)
HOW:

Registration is capped at 115 Eventbrite registrants. However, Wonderfest's Zoom license accommodates only 100 online connections. In the unlikely event that ALL registrants try to participate, then 15 will be disappointed. Note that donating to Wonderfest does not guarantee participation. Upon request, the donation of any non-participant will be immediately refunded.


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