Public Event with Q&A. Join us for a light lunch and a chance to talk with leaders from the Climate Institute. RSVP requested.
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How can Dartmouth be a leader in facilitating climate protection activities in Indigenous Communities? Find out more at a free, public luncheon event co-sponsored by the Center for Environmental Leadership Training (CELT) and the Rockefeller Center! Pizza will be served!
Indigenous People’s Climate Change Working Group Conference took place November 4-5, hosted by Dartmouth College. CELT, Rocky Center and Dickey Center are building on its momentum. The Climate Institute and its Dartmouth Interns are here on campus to present ways in which you can become active in climate problem solving and become leaders in the field. This luncheon panel will focus on how the Dartmouth community can work with tribal colleges and communities on climate responses. The Climate Institute is the world’s first NGO based solely on addressing climate change formed in 1986 and has been active in 40 nations.
The Center for Environmental Leadership Training (CELT) the educational arm of the Climate Institute, based in Hanover, NH is a rapidly growing team of students and international virtual interns, who are working on several key projects to promote climate awareness and create problem solvers of us all, including:
• CELT's Smart Solutions Blog
• Problem solving games including Saving the Arctic game
• The Tickell Climate Network
• Writing pieces for the Climate Alert
• Potential Internships in the U.S. and Mexico for the upcoming fall and winter terms
Join us for lunch and a chance to talk with the president of The Climate Institute, Mr. John Topping Jr. '64, and a panel of current CELT interns:
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.