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Climate Symposium hosted by Dickinson College

Recordings are now available for all sessions of Science-Based Choices for Climate Action - Insights from the IPCC 6th Assessment Report: The recordings are rich in content and important perspectives about climate change risks, responses and equity that can provide excellent supplementary material for use in a wide range of courses. You are welcome to use the recordings for non-commercial educational purposes, acknowledging the source of the recordings and the names of the speakers and moderators.

The 3-day in-person and virtual symposium hosted by Dickinson College featured 50 speakers and moderators from a dozen countries, including IPCC Chair Dr. Hoesung Lee, IPCC Vice Chair Ko Barrett, IPCC Working Group II Co-Chair Dr. Debra Roberts, authors of the newest reports from the IPCC, and Dickinson faculty members and other guests with expertise on climate change science, risks, policies, and actions. The speakers and moderators engaged each other and the audience in conversations about findings from the IPCC reports, why they matter, and how they can be and are being used to mobilize more ambitious and equitable actions on climate change. 
Recordings are available for the following symposium sessions:

  • Science-Based Choices for Equitable Action; A Local View of a Global Challenge
  • Demystifying the Work of the IPCC
  • Climate Change Evidence and Causes
  • Pathways to Net Zero Carbon
  • Why Climate Resilient Development Matters in the Fight on Climate Change
  • Climate Change – Rising to the Challenge
  • Science and Policy Interface
  • Land, Ecosystems and Climate Change
  • Food, Agriculture, Water and Climate Change
  • Cities and Climate Change
  • How Dickinson Achieved Net Zero Carbon Emissions
  • Climate Action in Higher Education
  • Teaching Climate Change in the Liberal Arts
  • Social, Economic and Technological Transformations
  • Just Transitions
  • Climate Action and Policy from Local to Global Scales

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