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Monday, May 2, 2016


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The Spring 2016 Baruch Climate Change Series

Business in a Climate-Compatible World

Thursday, May 5, 12:45-2:00pm

NVC 14-280

Refreshments will be served



From:  The Members of the Baruch Climate Change Seminar
Deborah Balk, SPA
Mindy Engle-Friedman, Psychology
Christopher Hallowell, Journalism and the Writing Professions
Kannan Mohan, CIS
Cynthia Thompson, Management
Steve Young, Psychology
Chester Zarnoch, Natural Sciences

About the Program
This talk will look at both the risks of climate change and how our collective response to these risks can catalyze a thriving, clean economy. Dr. Cameron will address the growing desire in the private sector to understand risk and build climate resilience.  He will also explore how the Paris Agreement dramatically changes the landscape for businesses operating in an increasingly globalized economy.

About the Speaker
Dr. Edward Cameron is a specialist in climate change and human rights with 20 years of professional experience working with national governments, international development agencies, global think tanks, and with some of the world’s most recognized companies. He is Managing Director at BSR, a global non-profit that works with 270 multinational corporations to achieve a just and sustainable world. Dr. Cameron leads BSR’s climate practice with the twin goals of driving aggressive greenhouse gas emissions reductions commensurate with holding global mean temperature rises to less than 2C above pre-industrial levels; and enhancing the adaptive capacity of business and society in the face of inevitable climate impacts.

To register, please e-mail or call Matthew LePere:

This program is supported by the Office of the Provost’s Faculty Research Seminars