Solutions: Experts confirm the need for climate action

February 4, 2016

On Jan. 28 evening the D&R Greenway Land Trust and The Green Hour radio team hosted a panel discussion at the Greenway’s upstairs auditoriumon exploring the outcomes of the 21st Climate Change Conference in Paris.This was the first of three such presentations focused on different aspects of: “Framing the Future. Seeking Solutions to Environmental Challenges. “

Dr. Stephen Pacala, Princeton professor of ecology and evolutionary biology and former director of the Princeton Environmental Institute, joined Dr. Anthony Broccoli, co-director, Rutgers Climate Institute, and Jeanne Herb, associate director of the Environmental Analysis and Communications Group at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, in giving their views of the Paris conference and the prospects for containing global warming.

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