Climate, Culture, and Change: How social factors shape the climate dialogue
Date: 9:00am - 1:00pm EDT April 21
The Center for Environment & Society at Washington College is happy to host the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy for “Climate, Culture, and Change: How social factors shape the climate dialogue.”
Join ESLC for an in-depth exploration of the social factors that influence opinions, beliefs, and perceptions of climate change on the Eastern Shore. Participants will gain an appreciation for how our region’s rich cultural landscape shapes the dialogue - or lack thereof - about how we respond to climate risks. Participants will also learn ways to speak effectively, accurately, and confidently about climate change.
*The first 70 registrants will receive a complimentary copy of “How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate” by Andrew Hoffman, a professor of business and sustainability at the University of Michigan.
Continental breakfast will be provided. Cost of attending is $20, please register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/culture-climate-and-change-how-social-factors-shape-the-climate-dialogue-registration-42878323219?aff=efbeventtix
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
William Smith Hall is located near the center of campus, to the north of Bunting Hall and to the south of Miller Library.
There are a number of parking options:
There are two visitor parking spaces located behind Bunting Hall, the building directly to the south of Miller Library.
In addition, there is a parking lot located behind Daly Hall, which lies to the northwest of William Smith Hall. This lot is designated for faculty and staff from 8:30am-3:30pm, but is open to guests and students at all other times.
Furthermore, there is a parking lot located behind Goldstein Hall, which is directly west of Toll. This lot is also designated for faculty and staff from 8:30am-3:30pm, but is open to guests and students at all other times.
There is also a limited amount of street parking along Campus Avenue, but only along the side of the street closest to campus. The far side of the street is reserved for residential parking.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Julia Babbitt Williams email@example.com or Brian Ambrette firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.