Climate Change, Protests, and Politics: Are Power Structures Shifting?
Join Harvard faculty, students, and fellow alumni for a virtual cross-disciplinary conversation about their respective experiences with these systems and where they see opportunities for change.
Description and participants forthcoming
Other programs in this series include:
- Moving Climate Action Forward on January 13
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This event is sponsored by the Harvard Alumni Association, Members of the Harvard College Class of 1969, Harvard Alumni for Climate and the Environment, Harvard Club of the New Hampshire, and Harvard Office for Sustainability.