Second Global Studies Roundtable Discussion on Friday, October 21
Please join us for our second discussion this semester on Friday, Oct. 21, 1:30-3 p.m. Our own professor Liz Wheat (Public and Environmental Affairs and Political Science) will discuss and answer questions about Domestic and Global Politics of Climate Change. The ideological divide in the United States on the subject of climate change has impeded progress in curbing greenhouse emissions. But extreme weather events at both ends of the thermometer have focused attention on the consequences of inaction. What role will the United States play in future negotiations on climate?
The talk will take place in the 1965 room of the University Union or via Teams. Please email Katia Levintova at email@example.com for an outlook invitation with Teams link. Please spread the word to those who might be interested in this topic. Free and open to the public.