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Panel Discussion: U.S. Rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement

As of February 19, the U.S. is once again a part of the United Nations Paris Agreement on Climate Change. What does that mean for climate change and public policy, in America and worldwide? Join the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences for a discussion and Q&A with global climate policy experts representing government, international organizations, academia and science including former envoy of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the minister counselor of the Finnish Permanent Mission at the UN in New York and a director from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Date:
Wednesday March 10, 2021 at Noon

Speakers:
Kaarina Airas, Permanent Mission of Finland to the United Nations
Daniele Violetti, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 
Daniel Kammen, University of California Berkeley 
Paolo Farah, West Virginia University

To learn more about the event and REGISTER for the zoom panel open the event flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HkzDFbdPSIjlxlJYGuQtKgVIAkGCneWc/view

https://eberly.wvu.edu/news-events/events/031021u-s-rejoining-the-paris-climate-agreement?mc_cid=7375bf0fbb&mc_eid=2bd0b125ae