NY Times Science Writer Speaks about Climate in Forest Hills, 5/05
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NYT Science Writer John Schwartz on Climate CONFRONTING THE CLIMATE CRISIS: What are the facts & how can we respond?
Sunday, May 5, 3:00 p.m.
At The Reform Temple of Forest Hills,[masked]th Street
Forest Hills, NY 11375 Month after month, we are seeing a steady drumbeat of climate change impacts around us: record wildfires, devastating hurricanes and flooding, freakish extreme cold and heat waves. A recent UN report on climate change warned that if we do not dramatically reduce our emissions, we could see dire consequences as early as 2040. New York Times science writer John Schwartz will explain the latest climate science and will discuss some of the major impacts we can expect to see in the near future. He’ll talk about the ways in which cities are planning to reduce emissions and to adapt to impacts such as sea level rise, that could dramatically re-shape the city. He’ll also discuss strategies to reduce our emissions, including solutions on the societal level and personal actions. https://www.nytimes.com/by/john-schwartz Organized by: Peggy Kurtz
Director, Cultural Arts & Jewish Heritage Programs
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