Virtual Conference – Next Earth: Teaching Climate Change Across the Disciplines, June 10-30
Posted by UC Santa Barbara on June 25, 2019
Attend this conference virtually and explore online recordings of presentations as air travel to conferences, talks, and meetings can account for a third or more of the carbon footprint for a typical scholar or university. This symposium employed a nearly carbon-neutral (NCN) conference approach that reduced greenhouse gas emissions by a factor of 100. For more on “academia’s biggest dirty little secret” and the rationale behind this conference model, as well as details on how to coordinate online events of this sort, see our White Paper / Practical Guide. The conference is sponsored by The Environmental Humanities Initiative at UC Santa Barbara.
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