EVENT: Sen. Carl Levin Will Discuss Global Climate Change at U-M's Ross School on June 2
DATE: 5 p.m. June 2
EVENT: Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., will deliver the public keynote address, "Federal Action on Climate Change: Issues and Challenges," to kick off the University of Michigan's June 2-3 conference on climate change strategy. Levin's talk is open to the public. No tickets or registration are required.
"As the Kyoto Treaty enters into force in 2005, there is great interest and concern over how best to consider whether the United States should be taking serious measures to address climate change as we move forward," said Andy Hoffman, associate professor at U-M's Ross School of Business and School of Natural Resources & Environment. "The challenge is to move beyond climate change as an environmental issue and also consider it as an issue of global trade, jobs and labor, energy and national security."
PLACE: Hale Auditorium, located in Assembly Hall at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business (on the corner of Hill and Tappan streets)
SPONSORS: U-M Center for Advancing Research and Solutions for Society (CARSS) and the Frederick A. and Barbara M. Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise at the U-M School of Natural Resources & Environment and Ross School of Business
For more information, contact:
Phone: (734) 936-1015 or 647-1847