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Monday, April 24
12:00pm "Valuing Climate Damages: Updating Estimation of the Social Cost of Carbon Dioxide"
Bell Hall, Belfer Building, Harvard Kennedy School, 79 JFK Street, Cambridge
The Harvard Kennedy School Consortium for Energy Policy Research presents: "Valuing Climate Damages: Updating Estimation of the Social Cost of Carbon Dioxide" with Richard Newell, President and CEO, Resources for the Future.
2:00pm "Climate Ready Boston: Planning for the Challenges Ahead"
Piper Auditorium, Gund Hall, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge
The Harvard Graduate School of Design's Center for Green Buildings and Cities presents: "Climate Ready Boston: Planning for the Challenges Ahead" with Bud Ris, Co-Chair, Climate Preparedness Working Group, Boston Green Ribbon Commission, and Senior Climate Advisor, Barr Foundation.
4:00pm Lecture with Lauren Kurtz and Naomi Oreskes
The Harvard Law School Environmental Law Clinic presents a lecture by Lauren Kurtz, Executive Director, Climate Science Legal Defense Fund, and Naomi Oreskes, Professor, History of Science; Affiliated Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University.
Tuesday, April 25
3:00pm "Daily Monitoring of the Land Surface of the Earth"
HUCE Seminar Room 440, 26 Oxford Street, 4th Floor, Cambridge
The Harvard University Center for the Environment presents: "Daily Monitoring of the Land Surface of the Earth" with Joseph Mascaro and Andrew Zolli, Planet Labs, Inc.
Wednesday, April 26
12:00pm "Defending the Climate in the Trumpocene"
Science Center A, 1 Oxford Street, Cambridge
The Harvard Kennedy School presents: "Defending the Climate in the Trumpocene" with David Doniger, Director, Climate and Clean Air Program, National Resource Defense Council (NRDC).
5:00pm "Improving Agriculture in a Warmer World"
Science Center Hall A, 1 Oxford Street, Cambridge
The Harvard University Center for the Environment presents: "Improving Agriculture in a Warming World" with David Lobell, William Wrigley Fellow, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Associate Professor of Earth System Science; Deputy Director, Center on Food Security and the Environment, Stanford University, as part of The Future of Food: Climate, Crops, and Consequences Lecture Series.
6:00pm Lecture with Timothy LeCain
The Harvard University Mahindra Center for the Humanities presents a lecture by Timothy LeCaine, Associate Professor of History and Director of Graduate Studies, Montana State University.
Thursday, April 27
4:00pm "Human Imprints on the Tree of Life: Using Evolutionary History to Understand What is Being Lost and What to Save"
Geological Lecture Hall (100), 24 Oxford Street, 1st Floor, Cambridge
The Harvard University Center for the Environment presents "Human Imprints on the Tree of Life: Using Evolutionary History to Understand What is Being Lost, and What to Save," a panel discussion featuring Sandra Diaz, Córdoba National University (Argentina) and Argentine National Research Council; Michael Donoghue, Yale University; Kate Jones, University College London; Ana Rodrigues, The French National Center for Scientific Research; and moderated by Jonathan Davies, McGill University, as part of the Ecological Systems in the Anthropocene Seminar Series.
Friday, April 28
11:30am "Utilizing NASA's 'Panoply' for Geoscience Data Analysis in the Classroom"
Gutman Hall 302, 13 Appian Way, Cambridge
The Harvard Graduate School of Education presents: "Utilizing NASA's 'Panopoly' for Geoscience Data Analysis in the Classroom" with Nicole Dulaney, Hillcrest High School Earth Science Faculty, NASA Associate Researcher, and Math for America Early Career Fellow.
12:00pm Talk with Heather Henriksen
The Harvard University Office for Sustainability presents a talk on the University's sustainability accomplishments with its director, Heather Henriksen.
Be sure to stop by the Harvard Museum of Natural History during Climate Week! Explore the Next of Kin: Seeing Extinction through the Artist's Lens gallery, and of course see the Climate Change: Our Global Experiment exhibit! The Museum is free to all Harvard ID holders. Visit the Museum website for more information: http://hmnh.harvard.edu/exhibitions