Bridging the Climate Divide: Informing the Response to Hurricane Sandy and Implications for Future Vulnerability
Monday October 14, 2013
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Cook Campus Center
Keynote address will be delivered by Joseph J. Seneca, professor of environmental economics and policy Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, on "Sandy, Climate Policy, and Rutgers: An Overview." Panelists represent a wide cross-section of faculty and staff from such departments as Marine and Coastal Sciences, Human Ecology, Social Work, Geography, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies, and Mathematics.
The welcome will be delivered by Richard L. Edwards, executive vice president for academic affairs.
Registration by October 8th is strongly encouraged to guarantee a seat.
Complete information and registration link can be found at http://climatechange.rutgers.edu/featured-event/icalrepeat.detail/2013/0...
Complimentary lunch will be provided.