How Can Dartmouth Make a Difference? Join us for a light lunch and a chance to talk with leaders from the Climate Institute. Find out how YOU can get involved!
How can Dartmouth be a leader in Indigenous Sustainability Partnerships and Arctic Protection Initiatives? Find out how YOU can get involved at a free public luncheon event co-sponsored by the Center for Environmental Leadership and Training (CELT) and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policyand the Social Sciences! Pizza will be served!!
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The Indigenous People’s Climate Change Working Group Conference took place last fall, hosted by Dartmouth College. CELT, the Rockefeller Center, and the Dickey Center are building on that by launching numerous indigenous sustainability partnerships. The Climate Institute and its Dartmouth interns are here to present ways in which you can get involved in this exciting work and become active in climate problem solving, as well as become leaders in the field. The luncheon panel will focus on how the Dartmouth community can work with tribal college and communities on several sustainability initiatives. We will also discuss the Arctic Protection Initiatives currently in progress. The Climate Institute is the world’s first NGO based solely on addressing climate change. It was formed in 1986 and has been active in 40 nations.
The Center for Environmental Leadership Training (CELT) is the educational arm of the Climate Institute, based in Hanover, NH. It is a rapidly growing team of students and international virtual interns, who are working on several key projects to promote climate awareness. These projects include:
Other projects and opportunities include:
Join us for lunch and a chance to talk with the President and CEO 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.