Institutional Greenhouse Gas Management: Current Thinking on Carbon Offsets
Tim Stumhofer, Senior Program Associate, GHG Management Institute
Brought to you by the UVM Clean Energy Fund and the UVM Environmental Program
Fall 2012 Seminar Series
Climate Action Seminar: Responding to the New Normal
A weekly seminar featuring guest speakers.
Mondays 4:05-5:20 pm in Lafayette 207
Faculty Sponsors: Amy Seidl and Cecilia Danks
Seminar Instructor: Rachael Beddoe
Students can earn up to 1 credit of ENVS 195 Z17 for regularly attending the series and completing assignments.
Seminars are free and open to the public.
This special seminar series, supported by UVM’s Clean Energy Fund, features top-level thinkers engaged in identifying best practices as we navigate our climate future. Our changing climate is creating "new normal" weather conditions that require adaptive responses at local, regional and global levels.
Speakers working at the forefront these issues will address such topics as responding to extreme weather events like Tropical Storm Irene, developing adaptation strategies for urban and rural environments, and assessing the role of offsets in addressing climate impacts. We expect to generate lively conversations with our invited speakers as we explore how to build a culture of response to climate change and how to move UVM’s footprint closer to our goal of carbon neutrality.
For more information, contact Rachael at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check www.uvm.edu/forestcarbon/climateseminar for updates.