Join Us April 8th for Climate Blue’s Annual Symposium!
Join Climate Blue on April 8th for its annual Spring Symposium in the Palmer Commons Forum Hall for a discussion of the recent international climate negotiations (COP24) in Katowice, Poland! Following the format of the Talanoa Dialogue, which was originally implemented at COP21 in Paris to facilitate empathy and open dialogue among countries. The title of the symposium “No COP-Out: The Path Home from the UN Climate Talks” will address where we are, where do we want to go, and how do we want to get there. Find out more on our events page for the symposium, here.
Come Join Us:
Climate Blue holds general meetings every other Monday evening at 6:00pm in Dana 2024 beginning January 14th and running through the winter semester. For the most up-to-date events please see the Climate Blue Calendar.
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The University of Michigan and the City of Ann Arbor must work together in the pursuit of a clean energy future. This is where we start. Come join the conversation about the future of University of Michigan climate action!
- Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM
- Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, Annenberg Auditorium
Follow our team live at COP24!
Climate Blue will be hosting two Skype sessions for those in Ann Arbor to see what is going on at the COP in Katowice, Poland. The events will be hosted during the following times in Dana 1006.
Week 1 COP Skype: Thursday, Dec 6th at 3PM
Week 2 COP Skype: Thursday, Dec 13th at 3PM
Be sure to follow our delegates on Twitter as well @ClimateBlue and read about our team in The University Record!
We’re back from COP 23!
Whether it’s the impacts of climate and energy policy developments here in the US or conversations taking center stage internationally, we’re excited to bring you the latest updates. Stay up-to-date by following us across all your platforms:
SIGNED: Michigan is Still In and what’s next
In November 2017, President Mark Schlissel signed the We Are Still In pledge, committing the University of Michigan to climate action and joining a growing group of US climate leaders. Learn more about his signature.
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