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March 2021 Climate Lunches: Discussions on the Impact of Climate Change to the Environment, Faith, and Fresh Water. A Lunch & Learn series throught the month of March.
The Sustainable Marquette ERG is hosting a Virtual Lunch & Learn series titled “Climate Change: Marquette Faculty Discuss the Implications to our Environment, Faith, and our Great Lakes.” The series will run during the month of March. Each week one faculty member will present for 20-30 minutes followed by a moderated Q&A. In the final week we will host Marquette Alum Erick Shambarger ‘00, the City of Milwaukee’s Environmental Sustainability Director who will discuss, “The Importance of Climate Action in Milwaukee”.
12pm, Friday March 5th Dr. Jame Schaefer, Professor of Systematic Theology and Ethics-Theology
“Reflective Action: An Ignatian-inspired Approach to Ecological Flourishing”
12pm, Wednesday March 10th David Strifling, Director, Water Law and Policy Initiative and Adjunct Professor of Law-Marquette Law School
“Water Policy, Climate Change and the Great Lakes”
12pm, Monday March 15th Dr. Stefan Schnitzer, Mellon Distinguished Professor-Biological Sciences
“Climate Change in Tropical Forests”
12pm, Thursday March 25th Noelle Brigham, Instructor Professor or Practice-Opus College of Engineering
“Climate Change: An Air Quality Perspective”
12pm, Friday March 26th Marquette Alum Erick Shambarger ‘00, Environmental Sustainability Director- City of Milwaukee
“The Importance of Climate Action in Milwaukee”