What is happening to the Earth's Climate?

Session Description: Dr. John Abraham will discuss what is happening to the Earth’s climate, what role humans have played, and what we can expect in the future. He will connect what scientists are measuring and what we are seeing in our daily lives. This charismatic discussion is designed for an audience that may have a passive interest in climate change but it also will be insightful for audience members who have a greater expertise on climate issues.

Session Information: Thursday, May 13, 2021, 10:00-11:40 a.m. This is a live-streamed, online program. Registrants will receive information by email to access the program. The actual Join URL will be sent out to registrants two business days prior to the session. If you have not received it by then, please contact the Selim Center (selimcenter@stthomas.edu) immediately.

Session Educator: Dr. John Abraham is a thermal scientist at the University of St. Thomas. He studies climate change and has published his work in both scientific journals as well as in the press. His research has been featured on CNN, NBC, CBS, The New York Times, the BBC, Guardian, and others.

Fee for the session: $15.00 per person 

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