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Climate Change

Welcome to the Great Unraveling

Join the Post Carbon Institute on Tuesday, May 14 at 11:00 AM (PT) for an online event to learn about climate change, biodiversity loss, and more, as well as how to be a part of the change for better. If you are unable to attend the event, registrants will still…
April 18, 2024
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Climate Change: A Story of Opportunities and Possibilities to Reverse Global Warming, presented by Dr. Jonathan Foley

Please join us for our Spring 2024 Sustainability Speaker Series: - Climate Change: A Story of Opportunities and Possibilities to Reverse Global Warming with Dr. Jonathan Foley.  Jonathan Foley, Ph.D., Executive Director of Project Drawdown, is a world-renowned environmental scientist, sustainability expert, author, and public speaker. His work focuses on understanding…
Jen Morse
January 5, 2024

Climate Conversations: Tipping Points

With continued climate change, elements of the Earth system may reach tipping points—abrupt, dramatic changes with irreversible consequences—like the rapid collapse of ice sheets or dieback of the Amazon rainforest. Tipping points also exist in human systems: devastation from extreme weather and major stresses on food, energy, and water could…
March 20, 2023
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Extreme Weather and Climate Change Seminar

Auburn welcomes, VIP, Dr. James Marshal Shepherd to speak to students on "Extreme Weather and Climate Change: What's the Connection". Dr. Shepherd is a National Television and Podcast Host, and Senior Forbes Contributor and a phenomenal speaker to help you understand the connection between the recent extreme weather events and…
November 8, 2022

Ride to Win During Cycle September 2022

Auburn's taking part in the global bike challenge – Cycle September! Cycle September is a month-long competition from Love to Ride, which aims to get more people riding bikes. At a time when money saving, wellness, and environmental issues are important factors for many, there has never been a better…
August 17, 2022

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Join the Auburn University Department of Geosciences and the Citizen's Climate Lobby for a free film showing to enjoy climate change and sustainability related short films! The event will take place at the Science Classroom Center Auditorium on April 27th from 6:30-8:30.
April 25, 2022

Climate Extremes in the News Media

Who: Multidisciplinary class of graduate and undergraduate students in the Sociology of Natural Resources and Environment (RSOC 5650/6650) What: 14th Annual Symposium using the RBD Vision Port. The projects examine the portrayal of climate extremes in the news media When: Thursday, April 28th, 2:00-3:00PM Where: RBD Library Vision Port (1st…
March 25, 2022