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Climate Science on Tap: Climate Change in History and Law from the Enlightenment to the Courthouse

The next riveting installment of Climate Science on Tap covers the history of the climate change and how law and policy are increasingly vital to mitigate and adapt to  a warming world. Our panelists will discuss the groundbreaking legal challenge of Juliana v. U.S. and other cases moving through the courts, as well as efforts in the Washington State legislature. Climate change not only has a complex history, but it…

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Added by Mary at Cascadia Climate Action on October 15, 2018 at 4:18pm — No Comments

Climate Science on Tap: Climate Change in History and Law from the Enlightenment to the Courthouse

The next riveting installment of Climate Science on Tap covers the history of the climate change and how law and policy are increasingly vital to mitigate and adapt to  a warming world. Our panelists will discuss the groundbreaking legal challenge of Juliana v. U.S. and other cases moving through the courts, as well as efforts in the Washington State legislature. Climate change not only has a complex history, but it…

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Added by Mary at Cascadia Climate Action on October 15, 2018 at 4:17pm — No Comments

Climate Science on Tap: Wildfires, Forests, and Climate Change



This should be a great event and one of interest to anyone who's noticed all the smoke from forest fires that has hung over Seattle the last two summers.  It's down in Ballard, but worth the trip over there for the casual and informative event with four UW PhDs providing their expertise on this issue.  Free. Open to all ages.  Food truck and beer.  Tickets available through…
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Added by Mary at Cascadia Climate Action on September 20, 2018 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Panel: Energy & Climate Policy at the Crossroads, A Climate Science on Tap panel discussion

On Tuesday, Dec 12th at Lagunitas Brewing Company, there will be a panel discussion with a senior climate policy advisor to Governor Inslee, who was at the Paris Climate Summit negotiating on behalf of the United States and the Obama Administration.  His rich perspective on climate change policy development will be put in context by two other exceptional speakers:  Nick…

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Added by Mary at Cascadia Climate Action on December 3, 2017 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

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