Climate Change on Cape Cod
Climate Change on Cape Cod: What’s at Stake and What Can We Do
Please join us on Tuesday, November 9th from 4pm to 5pm via Zoom as Dr. Heather Goldstone from the Woodwell Climate Research Center in Woods Hole presents a lecture on climate change on Cape Cod.
Two recent UN reports indicate that we are now committed to hitting 1.5C of warming by early next decade, and are on track to hit 2.7C this century. With the damaging impacts of climate change already apparent and increasing, it’s critical for communities to understand the risks they face—those that are inevitable and require adaptation, and those that we can still avert. This Climate Change on Cape Cod: What’s at Stake and What Can We Do lecture brings the risks, opportunities, and choices presented by the global challenge of climate change down to the local level. A Q&A will follow the lecture.
To register to attend this virtual climate change lecture, click here.
“Dr. Heather Goldstone oversees Woodwell Climate Research Center’s communications activities, bringing the rich stories of Woodwell scientists to diverse public audiences. Dr. Goldstone has extensive experience as both a scientist and a journalist, and she is passionate about melding data and narrative in climate change stories that build awareness and inspire action.” – Woodwell Climate Research Center
Climate Change and Global Warming Reading List:
How To Avoid A Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have And The Breakthroughs We Need by Bill Gates (2021)
How To Prepare For Climate Change: A Practical Guide To Surviving The Chaos by David Pogue (2021)
The New Climate War: The Fight To Take Back Our Planet by Michael E. Mann (2021)
Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case For Hope And Healing In A Divided World by Katherine Hayhoe (2021)
Warmth: Coming Of Age At The End Of The World by Daniel Sherrell (2021)
Angry Weather: Heat Waves, Floods, Storms, And The New Science of Climate Change by Friederike Otto with Benjamin von Brackel (2020)
Disposable City: Miami’s Future On The Shores Of Climate Catastrophe by Mario Alejandro Ariza (2020)
The Future We Choose: Surviving The Climate Crisis by Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac (2020)
Solved: How The World’s Great Cities Are Fixing The Climate Crisis by David Miller (2020)
The Story Of More: How We Got To Climate Change And Where To Go From Here by Hope Jahren (2020)
All Hell Breaking Loose: The Pentagon’s Perspective On Climate Change by Michael T. Klare (2019)
Rising: Dispatches From The New American Shore by Elizabeth Rush (2019)
The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming by David Wallace-Wells (2019)
No Immediate Danger: Carbon Ideologies by William T. Vollmann (2018)
Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed To Reverse Global Warming by Paul Hawken (2017)