GLOBAL WARMING EXPERT WILLIAM SCHLESINGER HEATS UP THE JOINT AT 8 PM
One of the nation’s most prominent scientists on the subject of climate change and the new president of the Institute of Ecosystem Studies, biogeochemist William Schlesinger lectures on the “role and response of forests in a future warmer world.”
The author or co-author of over 180 scientific papers, Dr. Schlesinger has been investigating the link between environmental chemistry and global climate change for over 30 years.
Dr. Schlesinger asks: Is the human species on a collision course with Earth? How does global warming affect different ecosystems? How much CO2 can the world’s forests actually hold? And what can we do to reduce our impact on the environment?
BEFORE AND AFTER
Groove to low-impact tunes, check out environmental video, stick around for the Q&A, and don’t forget to sample the Secret Science Club’s Eco-Cocktail of the Night: the Climate Cooler . . .
The “Secret Science Club” meets Wed., August 1st at 8 p.m. (and the first Wednesday night of every month) in the basement @ Union Hall, 702 Union St. (at 5th Ave.) in Park Slope, Brooklyn, p: 718.638.4400 Subway: R to Union St.; F to 4th Ave.; Q, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Atlantic
No cover charge. Just bring your smart self.
Doors open at 7:30. Come early to get a seat!