Thursday June 18: Dr William Calvin - Solutions to Climate Change
UVic, Bob Wright Centre, Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Building
VICTORIA, B.C. - We all know about the problem of global warming, but what can we do about it? On Thursday, June 18th Sierra Club BC brings Dr William Calvin to the University of Victoria to deliver a lecture about solutions to climate change over the next 20 years.
Dr Calvin is a respected neuro-physiologist at the University of Washington School of Medicine affiliated with the Program on Climate Change. He is widely known for his work linking abrupt climate change with human evolution. In his 2008 book, Global Fever: How to Treat Climate Change Dr Calvin delivers both a clear-eyed diagnosis and a strongly worded prescription.
Tickets are $15 or $5 for students from Sierra Club BC by calling 250-386-5255 Ex 237.
Lecture begins at 7 pm at the Bob Wright Centre, Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Building, University of Victoria.
Since 1969 Sierra Club BC has played a leading role in environmental stewardship in British Columbia. BC's spectacular wilderness and wildlife make our province a global ecological treasure. Sierra Club BC is passionately committed to safeguarding BC's wild places.
For more information, please contact:
Moira Campbell, Sierra Club BC: (250) 386-5255 Ex 237