Join GEP Professor Victoria Kiechel, Environmental Science Department Chair Professor Kiho Kim, Greenpeace Oceans Campaign Director John Hocevar, and Greenpeace Senior National Organizer Dan Cannon for a discussion on student environmental activism and a screening of the sustainable fishing documentary, The End of the Line.
Dr. David Morrow of George Mason University, also an SIS/FCEA fellow, discussed the major arguments against solar climate research and argued that none provide a conclusive reason to ban research, but rather provide guidance on the governance of climate engineering research.
Water, Cooperation, and Peace in the Middle East: Student Practicum Report
Co-sponsored by the Center for Israel Studies, a student practicum team presented their report on their work on water management as a peacebuilding mechanism in the West Bank.
Dr. Brenda Ekwurzel, senior climate scientist at the Union for Concerned Scientists, and Admiral David W. Titley, director of the Center for Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk at Penn State University, examined what lessons could be gleaned from the medical and engineering fields about the application of a hippocratic oath and the concept of informed consent to the practice of climate intervention research.