Please join us for some or all of the following events to learn from Institute on the Environment’s (IonE’s) 2022-2023 Graduate cohorts. The cohorts will discuss what they have been working on throughout the year to tackle environmental issues using interdisciplinary collaborative work.
These events are an opportunity for climate experts, students, researchers, community partners, and the public to come together to learn how to be more effective climate stewards through both individual and collective action.
The events focus on the development and analysis of policy strategies to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and deploy carbon-neutral energy resources through opening a space for participants to present internship work and research initiatives. The events also focus on climate justice and reducing the disparate impacts of climate change based on geography, income and race.
Session One | Agriculture & Climate Cohort | Friday, April 14th, 9 – 10:30 am: Join the Agriculture & Climate Cohort and learn about practices in agriculture and how they relate to climate.
Session Two | Ecosystem & Planetary Health Cohort | Friday, April 28th, 9 – 9:45 am: Join the Ecosystem & Planetary Health Cohort and learn about the five lenses of planetary health.
Session Three | Renewable Energy Cohort | Friday, April 28th, 9:45 – 10:30 am: Join the Renewable Energy Cohort and learn about “Powering Up: The Interplay of Policy, Economics, and Research in Renewable Energy Implementation.”
Location: All events will be in person only, at the Humphrey School. The event on April 14th will be held at Conference Center, Wilkins Room 215. The events on April 28th will be held in a room to be determined.
These events are open to anyone who would like to attend. Please register soon, as space is limited, and so that we can order the correct amount of food.