Over two dozen faculty members from multiple disciplines are participating in this educational initiative. They are integrating into their syllabi a common reading, a project on climate change, and required attendance at the climate change events. Students will learn about the science of climate change, its scientific and social consequences, and possible public policy options to address the issue. Students will see the importance and value of promoting sustainability, ideally becoming ethical leaders and peer educators on this issue and others.

Students and faculty in participating courses are encouraged to attend these Climate Change events, and some events are open to the public as well!

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Climate Change Educational Initiative 2015