January 5, 2021 - 12:00 pm


The first half (January 5-7) of the conference will be facilitated by National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) and will focus on the physical and social realities of climate change and the way this impacts people, ecosystems, markets, and the places people live. (The cost is $200 or less and students attend free.)

The latter half (January 7-9) of the conference will be facilitated by Project Drawdown with an objective to share the latest knowledge on climate solutions, and their effective communication and implementation to bring research to action. (Free registration to take only this half of the conference, which starts at 3:00 ET on January 7)

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