The realization that climate change is bound to deeply disrupt our future hasn’t set in yet in the US, in large part due to a longstanding propaganda campaign by the fossil fuel lobby to sew doubt. Hear CU Boulder professor Max Boykoff who has researched and developed creative ways of communicating climate science and policy as a rational basis for decision-making.
Maxwell Boykoff is director of the Center for Science & Technology Policy Research at CU Boulder where he is an Associate Professor in Environmental Studies. He focusses on cultural politics and environmental governance, creative climate communications, science-policy interactions, disaster risk reduction and climate adaptation.Hear CU Boulder professor Max Boykoff who has researched and developed creative ways of communicating climate science and policy as a rational basis for decision-making.
Free. Join us for a networking reception with food and drinks after the presentation.
Co-sponsored by the Colorado Renewable Energy Society, the JUC Green Task Force and New Energy Colorado/Golden Earth Days.
RSVP not required but helps us plan the food – and your donationhelps pay for it.
Note: Our events are usually on 4th Thursdays. (No event in July).
Looking back: Check our CRES Youtube channel for talks you missed here or at other chapters. Note that slides are digitally inserted and fully readable in the videos. Plus: Youtube provides a running transcript if you click …More under the video. Who knew?!!
Here’s our previous event video featuring K.K. DuVivier on Deep Decarbonization: