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Events for July 2021 › Energy – July is Climate Justice and Environmental Justice July!

From the placement of landfills to the impacts of extreme weather events, it is apparent that climate change and other environmental issues disproportionately and unjustly affect communities of color and low-income neighborhoods, worsening existing health disparities and overall wellness and wealth-building. We challenge our sustainability network to educate ourselves on the importance of climate justice and environmental justice and how we can all further these movements.

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Events for July 2021 › Energy – July is Climate Justice and Environmental Justice July!

From the placement of landfills to the impacts of extreme weather events, it is apparent that climate change and other environmental issues disproportionately and unjustly affect communities of color and low-income neighborhoods, worsening existing health disparities and overall wellness and wealth-building. We challenge our sustainability network to educate ourselves on the importance of climate justice and environmental justice and how we can all further these movements.

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Georgia Climate Project’s June Webinar

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EmoryClimateTalks: “The future of the voluntary carbon market under the Paris Agreement”

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EmoryClimateTalks: Student Involvement Application!

EmoryClimateTalks is currently accepting applications for students to join their team, either as blog writers or as delegates at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland. Interested students are encouraged to apply here by July 31, 2021.
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Sep 09

EmoryClimateTalks: Dr. Suzanne Simard

Suzanne Simard is a Professor of Forest Ecology at the University of British Columbia and the leader of The Mother Tree Project, which researches forest renewal practices that protect biodiversity against climate change. Dr. Simard’s work has been published widely, with over 170 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals, including Nature, Ecology, and Global Biology. She is also co-author of … Continue Reading →
September 9 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm