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Metcalf Institute’s 24th Annual Public Lecture Series
Climate change is already having starkly disproportionate impacts on low-wealth communities and communities of color around the world. These inequities have led many communities to develop innovative solutions in partnership with researchers, government agencies, non-profits, and the private sector.
Metcalf Institute’s 24th Annual Public Lecture Series, June 14-18, 2021, will highlight community-focused research, journalism, and collaborations that are pointing the way toward a just and equitable future.
The Annual Public Lecture Series will be held virtually and all talks will be held from 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET.
Monday, June 14
Sustainable Water Systems
- Newsha K. Ajami, Stanford University
Tuesday, June 15
Covering Climate Justice
- Vann Newkirk II, The Atlantic
Wednesday, June 16
The Leeson Lecture
Fight for Climate Change after COVID-19
- Alice C. Hill, Council on Foreign Relations
Thursday, June 17
Climate Change from the Streets
- Michael Méndez, University of California
Friday, June 18
An Integrated Approach to Energy Justice
- Adenike Adeyeye, Union of Concerned Scientists
- Dominic Bednar, University of Michigan
- Aaron Ng, U.S. Department of Energy