Climate change affects the entire planet, but what the impacts look like vary geographically. What will it look like here in Massachusetts, what is being done about it, and how can we help?
This month, following September's Climate Strike and ramped up activism around the globe, please join us for a special presentation about projections for climate change in Massachusetts over the next century and how we can respond to it led by Shaina Rogstad. We will discuss current Massachusetts legislative action that aims to combat the climate crisis, and what we can do as individuals to support and expand it.
Shaina is a Ph.D Candidate at UMass Amherst in the Department of Geosciences. Her research focuses on using global climate modeling to determine how the climate system as a whole might respond to changes in the Antarctic Ice Sheet (AIS). Her social media handle is @ScienceShaina.
The event will be photographed and recorded.
Snacks and socializing will follow the talk.
FREE Parking will be available in the nearby Littauer Center parking lot, as well as free meter parking in Cambridge on Sundays. For Littauer, enter the Maxwell Dworkin Science Quadrangle from Oxford St (opposite the Natural History Museum). Wind your way through to the Littauer Lot at the end of the road. This lies between the Law School Library and the Science Center. Phillips Brooks House is just across from the Science Center in Harvard Yard.
Harvard Square MBTA (train and bus) station is just steps away from Phillips Brooks House, which is in the corner of Harvard Yard just across from the Science Center. Parking is also available on the street (free in Cambridge on Sundays).