Climate Change Policy and Issues: Distorting Priorities and Science

Johannes Feddema
What can we expect on a less predictable planet? How should lawyers react in an ever-warming world? Can law mitigate impending crop losses, starvation and mass migration? Johannes Feddema, professor of atmospheric science and contributor to the fifth United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, will give his insight into Kansas' future, his experience with the Kansas Legislature and his difficulties addressing science via legal means.
September 26, 2013
12:30 pm
Green Hall, 106
785-864-4550
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