Note that there is a $25 admission fee to the 3 day conference. The panel discussion in on day 3 of the event.
There is a free continental breakfast from 8:30 to 9:00am on Friday.
Webster U Sustainability Conference will host a panel discussion on climate change featuring 3 panelists:
Panelist #1: Peter Dykstra.
Dykstra is publisher of Environmental Health News and its sister site, the Daily Climate. During a 17-year career at CNN, Peter Dykstra was executive producer for science, environment, weather and technology coverage. He shared an Emmy award for CNN's coverage of the 1993 Mississippi River floods; a Dupont-Columbia Award for the network's reporting on the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami; and a Peabody Award for the 2005 coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
Panelist #2: General (ret) Ronald E. Keys, USAF.
General Ron Keys retired from the Air Force in November 2007 after completing a career of over forty years. His last assignment was as Commander, Air Combat Command, the Air Force’s largest major command, consisting of more than 1,200 aircraft, 27 wings, 17 bases and 200 operating locations worldwide with 105,000 personnel
Panelist #3: Larry Lazar, Climate Reality St. Louis (WTH?)? actually, there are three reasons Webster asked me to be on the panel.
1. I'm local. They wanted at least one local speaker on the panel
2. I'm cheap. I work for peanuts and diet coke
3. The event organizer really liked my St. Louis Post Op-Ed and the "Climate Reality-Meetup group that I run. It should be fun and interesting. I'm looking forward to it.