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Sunday, February 02, 2014

Meet the faces behind the climate science

The CLEO Institute and The University of Miami invite you to meet the faces behind the climate science. This two-day training series is jam-packed with leading climate scientists in several areas, including: ice melt, climate models, sea level rise, ocean and land changes, health impacts and more.

This Cooper Fellow Training Series is called "Empowering Capable Climate Communicators 2014"

This is open to all concerned citizens, students, professionals and legislators.

The University of Miami in collaboration with The CLEO Institute
 offers the most important opportunity you will have this year.

Gain an understanding from leading climate scientists of the causes, reality, severity, and impacts of human-induced climate change. Learn what must be done to mitigate, adapt to, and work toward reversing the adverse effects of human-induced climate change. Learn from leading climate communicators so you can begin to communicate this important subject accurately and honestly to others. 

This event is Saturdays, February 8 and 15 at the Cox Science Building - Room 126, University of Miami - Coral Gables Campus
9 am - 3:30 pm.

*Full participation is expected for BOTH Saturdays.
Registration is REQUIRED, and space is limited.

$40 for CLEO donor members
$50 for general public
*Student and need-based scholarships are available. 

Please contact 305.284.0908 or cleoproject@cleoinstitute.org for scholarship and registration information.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Although climate change occurs naturally about every 36,000 years it appears this one includes human involvement & may not make that much difference. The big deal is what's going to happen to those 3.7-million folks being displaced; talk about a mess that will change humanity & in my opinion will resolve numerous present day problems and help save our Mother earth as humans seem to mimic a virus giving our planet a high temperature.

February 03, 2014 8:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry, I didn't mean 3.7-million, I meant 3.7-billion.

February 03, 2014 10:38 AM  

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