A THINK TANK TEXAS FOR CLIMATE INTERVENTION
Early Bird Professional Registration (Jun. 1-Aug. 24): $110 | Professional Registration (Aug. 24-Sept. 3): $150 | Student Registration (Jun. 1-Sept. 3): $60
CONNECT WITH PRACTITIONERS, ACADEMICS, POLICY MAKERS, BUSINESSES, AND NON-PROFIT LEADERS FROM TEXAS AND BEYOND TO BE PART OF BUILDING A CLIMATE-RESILIENT LONE STAR STATE!
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment invites you to challenge your thinking and delve into the less well-known aspects of the complex and multi-faceted, “wicked,” climate problems we face today, problems that have no solution, but may be amenable to management. Themes include how we can stimulate more interdisciplinary perspectives and what further understanding is needed to inform policy for constructive environmental interventions.
REASONS TO ATTEND
- Expand your knowledge beyond your field of focus: Find out what you did not know concerning the multifaceted complexities underpinning the wicked problem of climate change.
- Build relationships, make connections, and meet experts: Engage with others exploring how to leverage interdisciplinary perspectives to address climate change, and meet motivating experts and influencers.
- Be inspired and inspiring: Exposure to fresh ideas and new ways of thinking are key to inspiration. What new projects will arise from this conference? Only you can decide.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Practitioners (engineers, hydrologists, environmental consultants, etc.)
State and Local Government Staff/Officials
…and anyone else that wants to be part of this important conversation!
Michael E. MannKeynote Speaker, World-Renowned Author, Climate Scientist & Communicator
Mike McCoyVice President of Climate Impact, The Meadows Foundation
Rose JonesMedical Anthropologist, Research & Strategic Lead in Urban Green Health, Texas Trees
Rob DusslerChief Education Officer, Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
David RuthDirector, STEM Center, UATX