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Interdisciplinary Climate Change Teach-In
Friday, April 20th 2018
8:30 am to 4:20pm
Kiabab Room University Union (Field House) Bldg # 30

Schedule of Events
Time Event Presenter
8:30-8:45 Coffee and Registration
8:45-9:00 Welcome and Introduction Ted Martinez
9:00-9:40 Climate Change: What Now? Bruce Hungate
9:40-10:20 Developing NAU’s Climate Action Plan Ellen Vaughan
10:20-11:00 Flagstaff’s first Climate Action Plan: Who, What, Where, Why?
Jenny Nieman
11:00-11:40 Working with Indigenous/Tribal Communities and Natural
Resource Managers on Climate Change and Resiliency Planning
Nikki Cooley

11:40-12:20 Roundtables-Concurrent Breakout Sessions
#1 Grass roots to slow climate change
– Rolf von Dorp
#2 Flagstaff first climate action plan: Community roundtable
– Jenny Nieman
#3 Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities
– Ted Martinez
12:20-1:20 Lunch
1:20-2:00 How Climate Change May Affect the Tropics and Why
This Matters to Flagstaff Christopher Doughty
2:00-2:40 Communicating Climate Change: Expanding your
Toolbox Peter Friederici
2:40-3:00 Coffee Break
3:00-3:40 How Climate Change Comes to Matter Through Art
and Popular Culture Ellen McMahon
3:40-4:20 Climate Science Writing Lawrence Lenhart and
Nicole Walker
Sponsored by the NAU Honors College, NAU Green Fund, and Flagstaff Climate Action and Adaptation Plan
Questions/comments: Ted.Martinez@nau.edu

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