Bard CEP & Bard MBA COP21 Paris Preview Podcast and Live Report

Primary tabs

Bard CEP & Bard MBA COP21 Paris Preview Podcast and Live Report

tweet me:
Tune in at 12pm 12/9 @BARDCEP's National #Climate Seminar w/ @EbanGoodstein live #COP21 http://ow.ly/UTCnf
Multimedia from this Release
Monday, November 23, 2015 - 7:20am

CAMPAIGN: Bard Climate Policy Webinar Series

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

Gearing up for the negotiations in Paris next month, Bard Center of Environmental Policy's National Climate Seminar program places a spotlight on these issues for the final two installments of 2015.

This week we spoke with Dr. Neil Leary, Director, Center for Sustainability Education, Dickinson College. Dr. Leary was able to give us some introductory insight into the COPs including who attends (hint: it's not just the delegates), why they go, and what they do there. He spoke to the key issues that will be addressed in Paris and what makes this year's negotiations different, and provided a perspective on the possibility of reaching an agreement as well as next steps after the talks. In case you missed this conversation, the recording is linked here.

For our next episode, Eban Goodstein, Director of BardCEP and the Bard MBA in Sustainability, will call in live from Paris on December 9th at 12pm noon, EST. To join the conversation, dial 845-746-2287 (no login required). Click here for more information.

The National Climate Seminar is a biweekly, dial-in conversation and podcast that features climate scientists, political leaders, and policy analysts, each exploring the politics and science driving critical climate change decisions. Join us the first and third Wednesday of each month at noon eastern for a chance to connect with experts on climate and clean energy solutions. Subscribe to the National Climate Seminar feed to access all past recordings.

Resources

Bard Center for Environmental Policy is an innovative, interdisciplinary graduate program with an emphasis on science-based policy that enables students to progress from knowledge of the issues to the formulation of feasible, effective policy for dealing with them.

The Bard MBA in Sustainability is a unique, low-residency program that fully integrates sustianability into a core business curriculum teaching students how to build businesses and not-for-profit organizations that combine economic, environmental, and social objectives into an integrated bottom line that creates not only healthier businesses, but also a more sustainable world.

Keywords: Environment | Bard CEP | Bard College | COP21 | COP Paris | Leadership | climate action | climate change | sustainability

CAMPAIGN: Bard Climate Policy Webinar Series

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

parse.ly