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Inaugural Harvard Pop Center Population Research Exchange Seminar: “How to argue about solar geoengineering: Overcoming inaccurate and inconsistent assumptions”

September 27th @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Virtual In Person
Population Research Exchange logo and head shot of Britta Clark

Please join us for the first Population Research Exchange hybrid seminar as we welcome Britta Clark, PhD candidate in philosophy, Harvard University, and the 2021 winner of the Sissela Bok Ethics and Population Research Prize. Clark will present in person “How to argue about solar geoengineering: Overcoming inaccurate and inconsistent assumptions.” This hybrid seminar is open to the general academic community. Please REGISTER to attend either remotely via Zoom, or in person at the Harvard Pop Center.

This new series sponsored by the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies delivers timely information on population science research and resources in a variety of formats. Each week will feature a different topic/theme by way of a seminar, work-in-progress, mini methods workshop, resource information session, etc. Affiliated faculty members, students, and researchers will share their current and future work, and some weeks we’ll welcome guests who can present on important resources available to Harvard scholars. In a true “exchange” format, we expect lively dialogue and interchange among attendees.

Details

Date: September 27th
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Calendars: Public Events
Event types: Lectures / Seminars / Forums

Venue

HCPDS, 9 Bow Street, Cambridge, MA, AND online via Zoom
Virtual In Person