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Time's Up! Addressing Climate Change | Video Recording Only

Course Description:

*Please note: The In-Person session filled up quickly. We've added this new offering for those simply interested in receiving a video recording of the live session to watch on your own time. The recording will be exclusive to those enrolled. A video link will be sent within 3-5 days of the live event.*

We are out of time to question if the climate is changing or who should address the crisis. Climate change is a reality that must be addressed if there is any hope of conserving our nation’s natural resources and the biological diversity that deliver healthy ecosystems to benefit society. Renowned scientist Jean Brennan outlines the challenges facing managers charged with trying to conserve national, and in some cases global, natural treasures. Current thinking and recommendations under consideration by Federal Agency scientists will be presented as well.

 

Tuition: $0.00

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Day/Time

Video Recording Only: A video link will be emailed to you with 3-5 days of the session, exclusive to those enrolled.

Location

Important: The In-Person Course is Full. Enroll here if you are interested in receiving a recording of the session to watch on your own time. The recording will be exclusive to those enrolled.

Facilitator:

Jean Brennan, Ph.D., is the Science and Climate Adaptation Coordinator for the Giant Sequoia Lands Coalition. She has a long history working with large partnerships to address conservation challenges having served as a Landscape and Science Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for more than a decade. Dr. Brennan contributed to the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.