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E-M:/ Climate Change Symposium at MSU
Just a reminder for those interested in global warming that MSU will hold an International Symposium on Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region: Decision Making Under Uncertainty on March 15-16. It will be held at the Kellogg Center on the MSU campus. Registration is free. We have engaged leading experts on both climte change in the region and on how we can best cope with uncertainty in making decisions on this critical issue. Discussants will be from government, NGOs and the private sector. For further information see:
If you are interested in this critical issue, we believe this is a great opportunity to learn about what the latest research tells us.
Director, Environmental Science and Policy Program
Professor of Sociology and Crop and Soil Sciences
Assistant Vice President for Environmental Research
Michigan State University
Sent: Tue, 23 Jan 2007 2:09 PM
Subject: E-M:/ Global Warming Presentations in Michigan
A couple of
months ago, I posted a message to Enviro-Mich about
my participation in The Climate
Project training led by
former Vice President Al Gore, and my availability to give presentations to
groups about global warming. The
response – from all over the state -- has been truly overwhelming!
In the coming
months I will be giving presentations in Detroit, Ypsilanti, Dearborn, Kalamazoo,
Lansing, Mt Pleasant, Suttons Bay, and more! I tried to e-mail the list of
presentations, but it bounced back. To get details of when and where I (and
other Climate Project Trainees) are speaking, visit the
Climate Project web site, www.theclimateproject.org.
There is an interactive map. Just click on the map of Michigan to get a listing.
persons from Michigan are now among the 1,000 persons who have completed The Climate Project’s trainings in the past few months. Collectively, the trainees of
the Climate project have already given more presentations than Al Gore’s
personal tally for giving this presentation, which numbers in the thousands,
having an enormous impact in raising awareness across the country.
Thank you to all
the Enviro-Mich readers for helping me spread the
word, and get more people to become part of the
solution to global warming!
Kathryn Savoie, Ph.D.
Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS)
6450 Maple Street
Dearborn MI 48126