Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences

All day
 
 
Before 01
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
 
Investigate Climate Change Impacts in the Southwest

Investigate Climate Change Impacts in the Southwest

Please join us for an interactive exploration of Southwest climate change science and education.

What: Investigate Climate Change Impacts in the Southwest

When: Wednesday, February 18, 2015 from 5:00 PM to 6:45 PM (MST)

Where: University of Colorado, Boulder, CIRES Auditorium Room 338

Please RSVP here (encouraged but not required)

This free NASA-sponsored live event will examine climate impacts in the Southwest.   A Q&A period with local climate scientists and educators will follow an interactive virtual presentation by Dr. Fred Lipschultz, from the US Global Change Research Program, and an introduction to regionally focused teaching and citizen science resources by Dr. Minda Berbeco of the National Center for Science Education. We will accommodate up to 100 participants.

The National Climate Assessment summarizes the impacts of climate change on the United States, including aspects of earth science, biology, human health, engineering, technology, economics, and policy. Since the National Climate Assessment incorporates many disciplines, connections to standards may be found across the curriculum.  Join us to explore how this cutting-edge regional climate science can be integrated with your own classroom practice.

Your hosts:

Susan Sullivan, CIRES Education and Outreach

Teri Eastburn, UCAR Center for Science Education

Katya Hafich, CU Learn More About Climate

RSVP here

Directions to CIRES

location

CIRES Auditorium, Rm 338
2015-02-18
 
Investigate Climate Change Impacts in the Southwest

Investigate Climate Change Impacts in the Southwest

Please join us for an interactive exploration of Southwest climate change science and education.

What: Investigate Climate Change Impacts in the Southwest

When: Wednesday, February 18, 2015 from 5:00 PM to 6:45 PM (MST)

Where: University of Colorado, Boulder, CIRES Auditorium Room 338

Please RSVP here (encouraged but not required)

This free NASA-sponsored live event will examine climate impacts in the Southwest.   A Q&A period with local climate scientists and educators will follow an interactive virtual presentation by Dr. Fred Lipschultz, from the US Global Change Research Program, and an introduction to regionally focused teaching and citizen science resources by Dr. Minda Berbeco of the National Center for Science Education. We will accommodate up to 100 participants.

The National Climate Assessment summarizes the impacts of climate change on the United States, including aspects of earth science, biology, human health, engineering, technology, economics, and policy. Since the National Climate Assessment incorporates many disciplines, connections to standards may be found across the curriculum.  Join us to explore how this cutting-edge regional climate science can be integrated with your own classroom practice.

Your hosts:

Susan Sullivan, CIRES Education and Outreach

Teri Eastburn, UCAR Center for Science Education

Katya Hafich, CU Learn More About Climate

RSVP here

Directions to CIRES

location

CIRES Auditorium, Rm 338
2015-02-18