Free public programs
MJC West Campus


April 15 “Climate Change Symposium”
Everything You Wanted to Know About Clamate Change but Were Afraid to Ask

Daniel Kammen (UCB) and Linda Rudolph (Public Health Institute). The program will include a 45 minute question and answer session with the audience.
6:30 pm – 9:30 pm MJC West Campus
Mary Stuart Rogers Student Center 


Two 45 minute presentations by internationally recognized experts on cliimate change followed by a 45 minute question and answer session on the science, consequences and potenial remedies.

Dr. Daniel Kammen (UCB)
Dr. Linda Rudolph
(Public Health Institute)

In his talk "Getting the Carbon Out: Why Climate Friendly Development is Good Business," Dan Kammen will examine the current state of California and global decarbonization efforts, and why removing fossil fuel use is a pro-business and pro-health endeavor.  Dr. Kammen is the Class of 1935 Distinguished Professor of Energy at UCB and a climate advisor for the Obama administration.  He has served as a contributing or coordinating lead author on various reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change since 1999.  The IPCC shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.  Kammen has appeared on 60 Minutes (twice), Nova, Frontline, and hosted the six-part Discovery Channel series Ecopolis.  Dr. Kammen is a Permanent Fellow of the African Academy of Sciences and a fellow of the American Physical Society.  

Linda Rudolph, MD, MPH, is the director of the Climate Change and Public Health Project in PHI's Center for Climate Change and Public Health.  Rudolph received her doctorate in medicine and clinical training in pediatrics and emergency medicine from the University of California at San Francisco.  In 2013, the White House honored her as one of 11 “Champions of Change” working on the front lines to protect public health in a changing climate.











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