Adapting to Climate Change

Monday, November 25, 2019
REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
Carolyn Kissane

Academic Director and Clinical Professor, NYU Center for Global Affairs

Evan S. Michelson

Program Director, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Damian M. Bednarz

Director, Kivvit

Young Professionals Briefing Series

The effects of climate change, from higher temperatures, extreme rainfall, and stronger storms, have harmed communities across the globe, and will continue to cause significant damage if we fail to prepare for the consequences. In this meeting, panelists discuss climate change adaptation and the solutions being deployed to mitigate its effects. 

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